Albany-Rensselaer

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(albany1) Looking south from the wide overpass, which includes the waiting area at Rensselaer Station. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 13 February, 2004 (albany2) Looking down a staircase from the overpass to a platfrom at Rensselaer Station. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 13 February, 2004 (albany3) The Rensselear Station only has 3 tracks athough it has 2 platforms each designed to be islands. This it a tactile warning strip for a track that doesn't exsist. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 13 February, 2004 (albany4) Genesis P42 Locomotive #81 at Rensselear waiting to pull train #448, the connecting train of the Lakeshore Limited to Boston. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 15 February, 2005
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(albany5) Just south of the Rensselear Station, Train #48, the Lakeshore Limited bound for New York is too long for the platforms at Rensselaer. The luggage bound for Boston is unloaded and then reloaded on the baggage car of connecting train #448, which is much shorter. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 15 February, 2005 (albany6) Looking down Rensselear Station, pass Viewliner #62001 "Atlantic View". The opposite track has two locomotives, one is Genesis P42 Locomotive #81, on the Train #448, the Lakeshore Limited connection to Boston. The other is Gensis P32AC-DM #710, a dual-mode hybrid, which will pull The Lakeshore into New York Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 15 February, 2005 (albany7) Baggage car #1257 at Rensselear on the Lakeshore Limited #448 the connection to Boston. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 15 February, 2005 (albany8) Empire Service Train #284 bound for New York pulled Genesis P32AC-DM #715 leaves Rensselear 1 hour late. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 15 February, 2005
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(albany9) Looking down the platform at Rensselear towards Metroliner Coach #21701 on the Train #448 the Lakeshore Limited connection to Boston. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 15 February, 2005 (albany10) The interier of the large new station building at Rensselear. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 23 June, 2005 (albany11) The exteir of the new station building with a clock tower at Rensselear. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 23 June, 2005 (albany12) The glass of the new station building at Rensselear. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 23 June, 2005
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(albany13) Genesis P32AC-DM #703 waits next to the old station platforms for a track to clear in Rensselear and pick up its passengers for its short trip as Empire Service Train #260 to New York. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 23 June, 2005 (albany14) Looking across to the glass overpass of Rensselear Station, the two Trains of the Lake Shore Limited are in the station. Train #448, the connection to Boston is visible in the station. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 23 June, 2005 (albany15) The Lake Shore Limited bound for New York and 3 Viewliner Sleepers bound for New York leaves Rensselear. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 23 June, 2005 (albany16) An Amfleet II is the back of the Lake Shore Limited bound for New York leaving Rensselear. The train consists of 5 Amfleet Coaches, a Club Car/Lounge, a heritage diner, 3 Viewliner Sleepers, a Crew Dorm car, a baggage car and a P32AC-DM Locomotive. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 23 June, 2005
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