Mystery Passenger Train

We wish we had more information about this train. The only information the photographer sent about it is that it it is a southbound at Sugarcreek, Ohio, on Oct. 6, 1984.

The motive power is a pair of Norfolk Southern geeps and there are at least four former Amtrak passenger cars in the consist.

If you know anything about this trail feel free to leave a comment.

Photograph by Robert Farkas

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2 Responses to “Mystery Passenger Train”

  1. Pete Says:

    Maybe an Orville excursion.

  2. pwwoodring Says:

    This was a very early Orrville Railroad Heritage Society excursion, from Orrville to Zanesville, via the Sugar Creek line, which was still owned by NS. I was with Bob. This was one of the last, if not the last outing I went on before I moved to the DC area later that month.

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