Set of power Bison yard Buffalo.
The well-lit Christmas tree stands as a stark contrast to the broken glass found in Buffalo Central Terminal.
Does anyone really know what time it is? The restored center clock at Buffalo Central Terminal stands as a stark contrast to the rest of the station. Many years ago most artifacts of value in the ... (more)
The first tree lighting in decades at Buffalo Central Terminal gathers a small crowd on the night of December 10th. The last minute event - publicized on social media - was intended to garner inte... (more)
Despite the dominance of Penn Central black in Conrail’s early roster, there were some very colorful moments to be had. Here at Bison Yard in Buffalo, five paint schemes on locomotives from three ... (more)
The hostler at Conrail’s Bison Yard in Buffalo moves an eclectic 2-1/2 builder lashup through the engine terminal. The second unit may look like an Alco RS3, but it’s all EMD under the hood.
A recently painted C40-8W leads a westbound stack train past CP 433 and into the Buffalo Yard under storm lit skies. The foundations for the new signal bridge that will replace these classic New Y... (more)
A pair of C40-8Ws meet in Buffalo as westbound K611 awaits recrew and a loaded auto train heads east.
A single SD75I powers the CN job as it heads down the Belt Line in to Buffalo for interchange.
A CSX stack train roars through the Depew Amtrak Station on Track 2 at 55 MPH.
New power leads and splits new signals as an SD40-3 is on the point of manifest freight Q351 through Buffalo, NY.
The NS job crosses on to Unity Island and clears CP Harbor Draw with two NS standard cab units and a CP AC4400.
CP and CEFX power lead an empty oil train west through CP Harbor Draw towards the International Bridge. Meanwhile, a new shift for Border Patrol heads in the take over the post.
A westbound CSX empty oil train hauls through Buffalo, NY
The Lakeshore Limited is led by four units, one of which is a misrouted Downeaster cabbage car. Amtrak #5 clears CP 432 just outside the CSX yard in Buffalo.