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Victoria, 3-10 to 8-10-2004
I was at Fort Ticonderoga with Gideon a couple weeks ago, and we had some time to do some railfanning. The northbound Adirondack appeared a couple minutes before it’s estimated time, so we were caught off guard a little.
I apologize for my terrible photography, I haven’t really practiced using the zoom lens.
The northbound rolled to a stop, and within a minute the horn of a southbound freight could be heard in the distance. Before long it came into sight, with three GE’s on point.
The train was plenty long, at least in comparison with the length of the NS trains lately…
Once the freight cleared the siding, the Amtrak lost no time in moving on to the station.
We hit the road in hopes of catching it at Port Henry. Although the train got away, we saw some cool MOW equipment on the Port Henry spur.
Although they gave us the slip in Port Henry, we caught the 69 rolling into Westport.
We ended up seeing the train in Plattsburgh, but I couldn’t get any photos. -Harrison
This article first appeared on northcountrytrains.wordpress.com
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