This was just an ordinary scene at CP83 in Palmer, Massachusetts in October 1998.
Amtrak’s Vermonter was holding on the interchange track as C30-7A rolled east on to the controlled siding, and a westbound with SD80MACs waited on the mainline.
I made this view on Fujichrome using a Nikon N90S with 28mm lens.
At the time I made this image, Conrail’s class 1 operation had less than a year remaining.
I recall Conrail’s 23 years of operation in my new book; Conrail and its Predecessors published by Kalmbach Media.
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