RailPictures.Net Photo: NYCT 3829 New York City Transit Budd R32 at Newburgh, New York by Greg Grice
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» Newburgh Steam Mill (River Subdivision) 
» Newburgh, New York, USA (more..)
» August 07, 2023
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"Retired Subways Through the Newburgh Mill"

On the cloudy evening of August 7th, 2023, a single New York City Transit Budd R32 (NYCT 3829) and a few R123 CWR railcars pass the historic Newburgh Steam Mill building as they take a ride up the former New York Central River Subdivision on CSX M434. These retired cars were de-trucked and loaded onto flat cars in Brooklyn the week before and are on their way to Frontier Metals in Ohio for scrapping.

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