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Date: 07/18/19 16:13
449 on time through West Warren MA
Author: bob01566

With Amtrak 101 and 177 running elephant style, train 449 rolls past the Wright's mill complex and dam near MP75 in West Warren MA. 
7/18/2019 
Enjoy - 
Bob 
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Date: 07/18/19 19:53
Re: 449 on time through West Warren MA
Author: RuleG

That's a very nice photo.  Thanks for sharing.



Date: 07/18/19 20:14
Re: 449 on time through West Warren MA
Author: CP8888

Where is the sleeping car?

Posted from Android



Date: 07/19/19 03:14
Re: 449 on time through West Warren MA
Author: JPB

CP8888 Wrote:
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> Where is the sleeping car?
>
> Posted from Android

Likely somewhere between New York Penn Station and Albany/Rensselaer on #49. 448/449 have been bustituted Sunday through Thursday as CSX performs track work until August 1. While 448/449 operate only on Friday and Saturday, the Boston sleeper is the 3rd sleeper on 48/49 between NY and A/R presumably until CSX concludes its track work on the B&A.



Date: 07/19/19 03:42
Re: 449 on time through West Warren MA
Author: sums007

Classic New England with the mill next to a waterfall.  Thanks!



Date: 07/19/19 04:52
Re: 449 on time through West Warren MA
Author: DavidP

CP8888 Wrote:
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> Where is the sleeping car?
>
> Posted from Android

In Penn Station, New York....Amtrak is running all the sleepers through on 48/49 while on most days 448/449 is a bus.

Dave



Date: 07/19/19 16:11
Re: 449 on time through West Warren MA
Author: FloridaTrainGuy

So no sleeper, no baggage, why do they need two engines?



Date: 07/20/19 03:51
Re: 449 on time through West Warren MA
Author: ST214

The power usually runs thru CHI-BOS, unless they are changing out a loco in Albany.

FloridaTrainGuy Wrote:
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> So no sleeper, no baggage, why do they need two
> engines?



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