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Bath & Hammondsport Double-Header

B&H D-1 and B&H D-3, the only 2 GE 44-tonners the railroad ever owned, team up to lead a train away from the Erie Lackawanna (former Erie) connection in Bath, NY toward Pleasant Valley, home of the wineries that made this the Champagne Trail, and ultimately toward Hammondsport, with its classic station and, if I recall correctly, engine house.
(1967 is most likely year, but 1966 also possible; I would guess autumn given lack of snow and dead weeds not yet beat down by upstate New York snow.)

Photographed by Warren I Beckwith, 1967.
Added to the photo archive by Warren Beckwith, January 12, 2022.
Railroad: Bath & Hammonsport.

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