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GG1 engineer's controls

Built by the Pennsylvania Railroad between 1934 and 1943, the GG1 electric locomotive was the backbone of the busy New York-Washington and Philadelphia-Harrisburg corridors for decades. In the Summer 2009 issue of Classic Trains magazine, we celebrate the 75th anniversary of this great locomotive design with 35 pages of special features.

Step inside a GG1 cab and see the various controls and indicators at the engineer's position.

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