Railroading as it Once Was: Outlawed in Hudson


A trio of Alco C-628s on an ore empty have “outlawed” at Hudson in November 1976. While the leader has had the “CR” (Conrail) treatment applied, the two Lehigh Valley units are unpatched. Along with the Alcos the Hudson station and platform are gone, too.

Photograph  by Roger Durfee

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One Response to “Railroading as it Once Was: Outlawed in Hudson”

  1. tylerjs40 Says:

    Here is why Amtrak wont use the station there. 1. There would not be a good place for a stop expect to go to Akron. 2. Aliannce is not that far from there.

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