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Amtrak Empire Express and CP RDC at Buffalo

Amtrak #64, the eastbound Empire Express, originated in Detroit and operated via the now Conrail Canada Southern line via Windsor to Buffalo's Central Terminal, where the CP-TH&B RDC from Toronto and Hamilton (train #321) was waiting. Momentarily #64 will depart for New York's Grand Central Terminal. Interestingly by the end of April 1976, the famed historic train name would be changed to the sterile Niagara Rainbow.

Photographed by John Barlow, April, 1976.
Added to the photo archive by John Barlow, March 4, 2021.
Railroad: Amtrak.

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