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Question 1: PRR 4877New Jersey Transit station, ________ (nicknamed "Big Red")
Lebanon, New JerseyBethlehem Township, New JerseyClinton, New JerseyClinton Township, New Jersey

Question 2: PRR 4859Transportation Center, ________ (designated Pennsylvania state electric locomotive in 1987)
PhiladelphiaAllentown, PennsylvaniaHarrisburg, PennsylvaniaHummelstown, Pennsylvania

Question 3: PRR 4918 / Amtrak 4916 — Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, Missouri (was once the property of the ________).
National MallWashington, D.C.United States CapitolSmithsonian Institution

Question 4: PRR 4882 — National New York Central Railroad Museum, ________ (currently painted in Penn Central colors)
South Bend, IndianaElkhart County, IndianaMishawaka, IndianaElkhart, Indiana

Question 5: After its creation in 1971, ________ also inherited several GG1s.
AmtrakBNSF RailwayNew York, New Haven and Hartford RailroadNorfolk Southern Railway

Question 6: On January 15, 1953, PRR 4876 headed up Train 173, the Federal, from ________, Massachusetts to Washington, D.C.
DenverAtlantaBostonPhoenix, Arizona

Question 7: The mechanical design of the GG1 was based largely on the New Haven EP3, which had been borrowed earlier from the ________ by the Pennsylvania to compare it to its current standard electric locomotive, the P5a.
Central New England RailwayNew York, New Haven and Hartford RailroadAmtrakNew York Connecting Railroad

Question 8: [6] Loewy also added five gold pinstripes and a ________ paint scheme.
Lime (color)Spring green (color)Teal (color)Variations of green

Question 9: During the mid-1930s, the art of ________ became popular, especially with locomotives, as it conveyed a sense of speed.
AmtrakPioneer ZephyrChicagoStreamliner

Question 10: PRR 4909 / Amtrak 4932 — Leatherstocking Railway Museum, Cooperstown Junction, New York (purchased by ________)[22]
Fair LaneThe Henry FordMeadow Brook HallCranbrook Educational Community


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