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Corning

Corning

This was actually the former Lackawanna station in Corning, but the Erie tracks also passed the station. Still a treat to board a train here.

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Some of the old platform survives on the track side of the station.

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Our train pulls into the station. The Lackawanna tracks were in the area where the people are standing.

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The track side of the old Lackawanna station.

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More shots of the old platform, now quite a distance from the tracks.

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291 miles to Jersey City. While I normally avoid standing on tracks to take pictures, I figured in this case I'd have significantly more time to move than those people in front of me.

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Looking east down the tracks, the former Erie station was on the right side of the tracks in that clearing in the distance.

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Getting to the station was a little challenging.

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The light in Corning was much better than in Buffalo for photographing the locomotive.

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The train being turned at the wye just east of the station.

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