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Fred G

FL-9s on the Waterbury Branch 4-18 & 4-19

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I was working in Stratford on Friday and heard the familiar horn and spied them across the river. Yeehah! I took a long lunch Friday and went back yesterday for more fanning. I'd like to share some photos with you:

 

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coming into Devon Jct in Milford. Friday's consist featured the engines on the south end of the train.

 

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Milford

 

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Bridgeport

 

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Milford again

 

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Ansonia

 

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Seymour

 

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Ansonia again, crossing the Naugatuck River.

 

After last night the FL-9s were replaced by a leased Amtrak P40 :(

 

Thanks for looking!

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Are they comet iii?

 

- Andy

 

Metro North refers to them as"Shoreliners" but I think that they are essentially the samething as NJT's Comet's seeing as NJT buys/uses a lot of stuff from MN...

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Metro North refers to them as"Shoreliners" but I think that they are essentially the samething as NJT's Comet's seeing as NJT buys/uses a lot of stuff from MN...

 

 

They look weird without the black stripe down the windows. I saw some other cool NH photos here: http://www.budd-rdc.org/sets/drm-Jun04.html.

 

- Andy

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