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Amtrak GE P32AC-DM #710
Rensselaer, NY
 
July 24th, 2000
6:17pm
Ethan Allen Express #291
 
Phase IV
 
GE Transportation Systems
January 1998
Kodak Kodachrome ISO 64
35mm Slide
Pentax ZX-M
 
50mm f2.0 Pentax Lens
 
114-22
 
 
Built by General Electric Transportation Systems in January 1998 and numbered 710. This series of locomotives (a total of 18 would be built) were built to replace the EMD FL9's. These "Dual-Mode" units were built to operate on diesel power above-ground and on third-rail electric power when in the tunnels going into New York's Penn Station. Historical information about this locomotive provided by www.amtrakbythenumbers.com.
 
Niagara Falls, NY
 
April 18th, 2009
6:34pm
Empire Service #281
 
Phase V
 
GE Transportation Systems
January 1998
Digital Photo
 
Canon EOS
Digital Rebel XTi  
Canon 18-55mm EF-S
f3.5-5.6 Zoom Lens
f5.6 @ 1/125th sec
ISO 200
413-1180
 
Built by General Electric Transportation Systems in January 1998 and numbered 710. This series of locomotives (a total of 18 would be built) were built to replace the EMD FL9's. These "Dual-Mode" units were built to operate on diesel power above-ground and on third-rail electric power when in the tunnels going into New York's Penn Station. Historical information about this locomotive provided by www.amtrakbythenumbers.com.
 
New York, NY
 
July 21st, 2017
11:25am
Empire Service #233
 
Phase III
 
GE Transportation Systems
January 1998
Digital Photo
 
Canon EOS 70D
 
Canon 24-105mm EF
f4.0L IS Zoom Lens
f5.6 @ 1/500th sec
ISO 200
876-3520
 
Built by General Electric Transportation Systems in January 1998 and numbered 710. This series of locomotives (a total of 18 would be built) were built to replace the EMD FL9's. These "Dual-Mode" units were built to operate on diesel power above-ground and on third-rail electric power when in the tunnels going into New York's Penn Station. With funding provided by the State of New York, select units have been repainted into Phase III with a special "Empire Service" emblem on each side. Historical information about this locomotive provided by www.amtrakbythenumbers.com.