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Railroad pictures from Tuscaloosa, Alabama and beyond

Erie, Pa

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Erie's famous 19th street, where the NS main line runs right down the middle of the street!

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A peice of Conrail MW equipment on a siding not too far away from Erie's Amtrak station.

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David in front of another peice of machinery on a cold January day.

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General Electric builds locomotives in Erie, Pa. This sign is outside the plant complex (it's a huge operation).

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A train makes its way down 19th street.

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An NS intermodal train on 19th street. The second unit is a New York, Susquehanna, and Western loco.

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Another shot of the 'Suzie Q'.

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Yet another shot.

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These interesting devices are on the side of 19th street (as running cars and trains can be on the street at the same time). They are to caution drivers not to make a left turn in front of--or into--a train. The yellow light at the top flashes.

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An intermodal crosses Sassafras.


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