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Lineman on the Keystone Corridor, 2010.

Color digital image showing a lineman at work on the Keystone Corridor; image dates to October 2010.

Lineman on the <i>Keystone</i> Corridor, 2010.
An Amtrak lineman in Rheems, Pa., between the stations at Mt. Joy and Elizabethtown, inspects the wires that provide power to the trains on the Keystone Corridor (Philadelphia-Harrisburg). Between 2004 and 2006, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Amtrak undertook the “Keystone Corridor Improvement Project” with the goal of improving the 104 mile rail line in order to allow for all-electric train service, increase top speeds to 110 mph and add train frequencies including express options. This image is one of a set entitled "A Day in the Life of Amtrak" completed for the Amtrak 40th Anniversary celebration. Photographer: Unknown for Amtrak. From the Amtrak Corporate Collection.