No longer wearing its PRLX patch on its nose, but the C&O progress logo, ex-CSX SD70ACe owned by PRLX and on lease to NS leads 36T past CP Cam on the Southern Tier. Locomotives:PRLX 48... (more)
Some intrepid individuals have modified the paint scheme on this ex-CSX SD70ACe, now owned by PRLX and on lease to NS. Rather than black paint and the PRLX reporting marks, it now sports the C&O l... (more)
A freshly painted Canadian Pacific AC4400 leads NS train 28N through the Canisteo River Valley.
Locomotives:CP 8639 AC44CWNS 2708 SD70M-2
A freshly painted Canadian Pacific AC4400 leads NS auto/intermodal train 28N through the Canisteo River Valley. After clearing brush for an hour while waiting for this train, we were rewarded hand... (more)
NS manifest freight 36T speeds through Browns Crossing in the Canisteo River Valley, creating a nice reflection in the river. Locomotives: NS 7018 SD60E NS 8162 ES44AC UP 4245 ... (more)
A freshly painted Canadian Pacific AC4400 leads NS train 28N through the Canisteo River Valley. Locomotives:CP 8639 AC44CWNS 2708 SD70M-2
Norfolk Southern train 28N charges through the Canisteo River Valley on the Southern Tier with a pair of EMD's, the leader being of BNSF heritage. Locomotives:NS 2806 SD75MNS 2637 ... (more)
NS 2667 Leads a Rack Train Through Cameron NY
The eastbound “salt train”, laden with the product from North America’s largest salt mine, and the reason for the existence of the then short line Genesee & Wyoming, rolls through Cameron, New Yor... (more)
With a consist that looks like it is the “salt train” from the Genesee & Wyoming, an eastbound Delaware & Hudson train rolls into Cameron, New York. After sending the D&H U23B fleet to the Maine C... (more)
NS eastbound autorack train 28N clears CP 313W on the Southern Tier with the hillside ablaze in early fall colors at Cameron. Locomotives:NS 2667 SD70M-2NS 9372 C40-9W
Nickel Plate 765 rolls a Buffalo – Corning freight through the Canisteo Valley at Cameron, New York.
Well into her voyage to Corning,NY #765 blows through Cameron,NY at the route 119 crossing.
An Amish family gives a friendly wave as #765 pounds along route 119 south bound towards Corning,NY on the first of two excursions out of Bison yard in Buffalo. #765 was the first steam locomotive... (more)