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We begin in the New Haven trench just west of downtown. I was hoping to get a series of photos out the back of my Amtrak train, but morning shitty weather threw a wrench in the works. Before I gave up in the interest of shooting video here is SLE cab car #1711 on point for an eastbound SLE train that would follow ours. Power was P40 #840.
At Shoreline Junction we passed a westbound Acela Express trainset with power car #2015.
View out the back of the train as it passes through the East Haven tunnel complex.
As I said between Guilford and the Connecticut River bridge I shifted over to video from the back of the train due to poor lighting conditions.
More video from the rear taken between Providence and Route 128. This includes one of the 150mph sections used by AX trainsets.
After Route 128 I shot directly from the rear vestibule using HD video. This includes the famous Southwest corridor trench and the MBTA junction at Readville.
MTBA F40PH-2C #1074 at South Station.
Power for my train was AEL-7 #944.
The highly ironic Veterans cab car #1528 was also at South Station. The irony comes from the fact that the car was constructed by Messerschmidt, the same Messerschmidt that built fighters that many of those same Veterans faced over Germany in World War 2.
Train inbound to North Station with a route cleared for an outbound train on Track 9 across the twin drawbridges.