These three undated photographs of GG1's 4813 and 4811 were taken in the deep cut shared by PATH (the Port Authority Trans Hudson system) and PRR's freight line. Paint schemes of these locomotives indicate a timeframe sometime in the late 1950's or early 1960's. Both locomotives were manufactured by GE in 1935 in the first batch of GG1's delivered to the Pennsylvania Railroad; both were scrapped sometime after being bequeathed to Conrail.
Today, much of the open air in this cut is occupied by the vast structure of PATH's Journal Square station, but photography of the freight line (now de-electrified and owned by Norfolk Southern) is still possible from the PATH platform, although daylight is alarmingly scarce.
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