NYC 1210 and 1213 sit outside the Monongahela shops. In back of 1210 is survivor 1205.
Delaware & Hudson beloved Sharks prepare to leave from Whitehall.
Westbound freight train behind D&H 1216 at Waverly, NY in July 1975. Photograph by John F. Bjorklundmore)
Shark burbles through a rock cut on the way back from Rutland to Whitehall.
Burbling back to the house track.
Returning from Rutland
MIGN RF-16 1216 & 1205 along with RS-2 1501 switch the Michigan Northern Ry Cadillac yard. Note the jugs of oil on the walkway of RS-2 1501!!
From my slide collection photo by Mr BAILEY.
Delaware & Hudson's sharp pair of Baldwin RF16 sharknose diesels take a break at Whitehall. These two units began life as part of the New York Central's fleet delivered between 12/51 and 2/52. The... (more)
This train was called "The Slatepicker" due to extensive slate quarrying in the region. An example is the slate roof on the barn in the background.
Heading past station with southbound turn from Rouses Point.
Heading the Slatepicker south toward the Greenwich & Johnsonville connection late in the afternoon of a perfect late March day.
Southbound with train for Greenwich & Johnsonville connection at Salem Junction, New York.