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Photo of Sunday Train Returning to Hoboken Diesels First
Sunday Train Returning to Hoboken Diesels First

NJT 4302 and NJT 4301 (GP40-2's) are leading C&O 614 home from Port Jervis on the day after it had to be removed from the excursion. I did not know or cannot recall why the 614 led westbound but was trailing eastbound. Notice the length of train strung out along the Erie's Moodna Viaduct. Nearly all the excursion excluding the 2 I have been posting here, C&O 614 handled this train alone over a rather hilly railroad.
<BR>Moodna Viaduct crossed Moodna Creek, a pair of roads, and the Erie's Newburgh Branch, which orignated on the Erie's old main line, Most of the branch and of that section of the main line were abandoned many years ago, before these excursions in 1996 1997, and 1998

Photographed by Warren Beckwith, October, 1998.
Added to the photo archive by Warren Beckwith, February 23, 2020.
Railroad: New Jersey Transit.

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