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Caption: With word from upstate New York railfans that AMTK 69 (the northbound Adirondack) left Albany with a GP38H-3 as sole power yesterday, I was one of many railfans to shoot it on AMTK 68 today. Here the ex-GP40TC (built by GMD in London, Ontario for GO Transit just before its startup) is pushing the deadheading train towards Central Station 80 minutes before departure. This may be the first time one of these units has been the sole power on a medium-distance train such as the Adirondack. It certainly made a nice change from the usual Genesis Series power.