Rusty rails and relics. A privately owned GG-1 weathers yet another fall where it is currently stored on the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad.
Rusting and pretty much abandoned, a Conrail GG-1 sits in Cooperstown junction on a chilly December morning.
This is the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railway (CACV) which was part of Delaware Otsego Corp. The DO also owned the NYSW by 1982 and had placed one of the original NYSW RS-1's in service on th... (more)
One of two GG1s slowly succumbs to the elements.
Fancy meeting you here ... A SOO SD60 leads a southbound Delaware & Hudson train past stored equipment at Cooperstown Junction, New York. One of these GG1's was purchased this month by The Henry F... (more)
Train 168 rolls through Cooperstown Jct. past the imfamous pair of GG-1's with a pair of Dash 9's and intermodal for Guilford in tow. Thanks to Ryan Parent for photo processing
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Two GG1s spend their retirement sitting on a siding between the D&H main and Route 7 in the tiny village of Cooperstown Jct. Hopefully, they will eventually be part of a museum near here. Note the... (more)
Don't worry, this is a safe spot, you see the rail in the photo is the end of the line, literally. The tracks the retired F-units are on end at Rte. 7 (behind photographer). The tracks of the Coop... (more)
Catch of the day had to be this all blue set including NS 8304 and NS 6794. They are seen here passing the GG-1's at Cooperstown Jct. The Susquehanna River can be seen to the left.
A great spot to watch trains is from the porch of this trackside house. The best part is the trains never leave apparent as ex-Metro North FL9 sits at Cooperstown Jct. waiting to be part of a muse... (more)