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The Adirondack has just departed Montreal West for New York City, powered by PA-4 #16. The Montreal Olympics were on at this time, but I admit I was more interested in getting a PA.
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Caption: The Adirondack has just departed Montreal West for New York City, powered by PA-4 #16. The Montreal Olympics were on at this time, but I admit I was more interested in getting a PA.

Photographer:
James Adeney [240] (more) (contact)
Date: 07/23/1976 (search)
Railway: Delaware and Hudson (search)
Reporting Marks: DH 16 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Montreal West (search)
City/Town: Montreal (search)
Province: Quebec (search)
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5 Comments
  1. Great shot. In 1976, I travelled on CN from Edmonton to St. John, N.B. and both directions, I timed my connections for the longer layover in Montreal. I was a lot younger and fitter at the time as I ran back and forth between CN Central station and Windsor station based on getting the maximum shots based on arrivals and departures at both locations in the timetables. I caught the D & H train arriving in Montreal. Beautiful equipment!

  2. If you have to have Diesels, at least make one a PA!

  3. Awesome photo of the most beautiful locomotive built! Great you got to capture her in her glory.
    I shot a picture of her in the museum in Mexico looking not so great. So glad that at least 2 have been saved.

  4. Very nice.

  5. A classic, a Montreal West classic, and an angle I’ve never seen before (and no longer doable I believe).

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