Amtrak At State Line Tunnel
Amtrak train 449 -the Boston section of the Lake Shore Limited- is seen bursting out of the twin tunnels at Canaan, NY. Today's train is led by the Amtrak engine No. 822 in Phase 3 heritage paint. The tunnel on the left was abandoned by Conrail around 1987 when they single-tracked this portion of the Boston & Albany. The bore on the right was added by the NYCRR in 1911. Both tunnels are just under 600 feet long.
Photographed by John Bazan, June 2, 2016.
Added to the photo archive by John Bazan, June 2, 2016.
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