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New Jersey Transit

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AMTRAK's massive Queens yard is home to LIRR & NJT trains as well as P42s, AEM-7s and Acelas. Shotting through the cannery is a real challenge however - you can barely make out the HHP-8 in the back.

Had I known the view would be this bad I would have spent more time in Binghamton photographing CP/D&H/NS/NYSW action. I went through there on my way out of the Big Apple, however it was too dark for pictures by then.
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Thanks guys. I share yours sentiment - it's a horrible picture! It's actually a roster shot of catenary webbing with trains in the background. Now there are good places to take photos there, just not many. Case and point these AEM-7s a couple tracks over: http://www.railroadforums.com/photos/showphoto.php?photo=63609
 

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