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The Phoebe Snow at Conklin

In 1964 the Erie-Lackawanna was still running full service fully equipped passenger trains. I suspect the flagship varnish was this one. My friend and left Bingampton ahead of the The Phoebe Snow but made it to the crossing in Colnklin a bit to late for front views..

Photographed by Donald Haskel, July 6, 1964.
Added to the photo archive by Donald Haskel, October 11, 2021.
Railroad: Erie Lackawanna.

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Outstanding capture !!

Posted by Ken Patton on 2021-10-11 13:55:00

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