A pair of GP38-2's lead the return leg of the Finger Lakes Railway GS-2 as they cross the causeway over Cayuga Lake and head west towards Geneva. Locomotives:FGLK 2001 GP38-2FGLK 2... (more)
FGLK 2002 leads a string of GP38-2's through a snow drift after nearly 20 inches of snow fell the previous weekend.
After winter storm Harper dumps 20+ inches on western NY, Finger Lakes Railway train GS-2 is the first train over the line since the snow. The train is high above the road on an embankment, just o... (more)
After a winter storm dumped over twenty inches of snow over New York, the Finger Lakes Railway's GS-2 smashes through snowdrifts as the first train to travel the line since the storm ended. more)
Finger Lakes Railway train GS-2 crosses the Cayuga Lake causeway, on its afternoon run West.
The Finger Lakes Railway's GS-2 heads west as it eases across the causeway over Cayuga Lake. A pair of GP38-2 in NYC lighting stripes on the point of today's train. Locomotives:FGLK 2... (more)
The Finger Lakes Railway's GS-2 heads west towards Geneva behind two GP38-2's as it crosses the causeway over Cayuga Lake.Locomotives:FGLK 2001 GP38-2FGLK 2003 GP38-2
The Finger Lakes GS-2 job has four locomotives up front on a sunny day in rural New York two days after a massive snow storm blanketed the region in a fresh coat of the white stuff. Locomo... (more)
A trio of Finger Lakes GP's lead the GS-2 towards Cayuga Lake. Locomotives:FGLK 2001 GP38-2FGLK 2003 GP38-2FGLK 2002 GP40-2
A pair of GE B23-7's lead the return trip to Geneva from Syracuse of the Finger Lakes Railway's GS-2 on a warm spring day. Locomotives:FGLK 2310 B23-7FGLK 2309 B23-7
FGLK GS-2 accelerates off the causeway that crosses Lake Cayuga headed westbound for Geneva.
FGLK GS-2 eases off the causeway that crosses Lake Cayuga headed eastbound for Solvay.
FGLK GS-2 runs eastbound with a matched set in New York Central paint on former NYC trackage. They are going over the causeway that crosses the north end of Lake Cayuga on their way to Solvay.
Train GS-2 pulling uphill out of the Cayuga Lake basin.
FGLK GS-2 heads west across Cayuga Lake.