Yes, that's the place I was looking at. I have to admit these places are uncannily similar. But, I still rule out Huntington. With all due respect to Brian's mastery of the B&A, this is a B&M location.
The road is parallel and doesn't change it's relationship to the track in the distance where the road in the photo does.
The photo center also clearly crosses the inside of the curve with the far bank of the river and group of trees just offset to the right. That angle would not result in the same composition at Huntington. The road is the giveaway. Also, the spacing for the vertical guardrails would be gradually changing at Huntington as the road is on a continuous curve, where it has a bit of a "wiggle" at Erving, defined by a sharp change in spacing.
Here's a markup of the mystery photo compared to Google images of the two locations. Huntington has been flipped so you're looking at it the same way.
And as Mikejf mentions, the Google Street View
shows the road and tracks at the same grade at Huntington which doesn't match the photo where the road is always higher.
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