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Christopher Smith's Collection
 
5/22/2018
 
 
 
 
 
Owner: Baltimore & Ohio
Model:EMD GP9Built As:BO 6472 (GP9)
Serial Number:22216Order No:5477
Frame Number:5477-26Built:8/1956
Other locos with this serial:  BO 6472(GP9)
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Latta Rd. & the NYC interchange - 1 of 7 - summer 1974
Title:  Latta Rd. & the NYC interchange - 1 of 7 - summer 1974
Description:  Brakeman Jack Kyle on the pilot. This view is to the north just a stone's throw from Latta Rd. The train is on the Lake Ontario State Parkway overpass and has just dropped off a car at the NYC (PC) interchange. I can't tell what it is, but it looks like a couple of storage tanks tied down on a flat car. Probably farm equipment. Neither the tracks nor the bridge exist today. The bridge was removed as part of the O'Rorke bridge project.
Photo Date:  8/1/1974  Upload Date: 9/17/2016 3:54:45 PM
Location:  Rochester, NY
Author:  Christopher Smith
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Locomotives:  BO 6605(GP9) BO 6472(GP9)
Views:  261   Comments: 2
Latta Rd. & the NYC interchange - 2 of 7 - summer 1974
Title:  Latta Rd. & the NYC interchange - 2 of 7 - summer 1974
Description:  Heading south, crossing Latta Rd., going to lunch
Photo Date:  8/1/1974  Upload Date: 9/17/2016 3:54:49 PM
Location:  Rochester, NY
Author:  Christopher Smith
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Locomotives:  BO 6605(GP9) BO 6472(GP9)
Views:  107   Comments: 0
Latta Rd. & the NYC interchange - 3 of 7 - summer 1974
Title:  Latta Rd. & the NYC interchange - 3 of 7 - summer 1974
Description:  Stopped for lunch. The lead for Greece Lumber is on the right. Through the weeds on the left is a foot path to Latta Lea Golf Course and a hot lunch off the grill in the clubhouse.
Photo Date:  8/1/1974  Upload Date: 9/17/2016 3:54:16 PM
Location:  Rochester, NY
Author:  Christopher Smith
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Locomotives:  BO 6605(GP9) BO 6472(GP9)
Views:  133   Comments: 0
Latta Rd. & the NYC interchange - 7 of 7 - summer 1974
Title:  Latta Rd. & the NYC interchange - 7 of 7 - summer 1974
Description:  Heading home. Dock Jct. is off in the distance. The BR&P concrete phone booth is visible. The docks have been closed for a couple of years, so all the sidings are empty and unused. Bennington Dr. is on the left on the other side of the houses. The NYC is out of sight on the right.
Photo Date:  8/1/1974  Upload Date: 9/17/2016 3:54:52 PM
Location:  Rochester, NY
Author:  Christopher Smith
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Locomotives:  BO 6605(GP9) BO 6472(GP9)
Views:  124   Comments: 0


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