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ST 14T-12 "Driving Towards the Daylight"...

Sunglasses were a must for the crew of 14T-12 as they run straight into a wall of sun, exiting the east portal of the 4.75 mile long Hoosac Tunnel at 8:13AM on a beautiful Sunday morning in Western Massachusetts. The "spots" on the cab of the NS 8870 are none other than water droplets, resulting from the melting snow atop the tunnel portal.

Photographed by Mike Antal, April 12, 2015.
Added to the photo archive by Mike Antal, April 29, 2015.
Railroad: Pan Am Southern.

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