Just after the 643 Job to Westland left Rook, 610s crew went on duty and the left almost immediately, Power for this trip was 104,6383 on the other end, and 100,300 on the end facing me.
WE 611s power sitting idle in the yard, in the foreground is an Old shack im assuming its used for storage.
WE 100 idling quietly on a semi-nice February day next to the Rook Yard Office.
D&RGW DVROM is ready to depart North yard for Roper shortly after sunset, in actuality WE 213 is built up and ready to depart Rook for Brewster with the WE's 2 ex-DRGW tunnel motors. The crew went... (more)
213 is tied down at rook yard with the Rio Grande twins up front.
NO need to explain this one.... but Rio Grande all the way!
WE 212 smokes it up as the 3 tigers lead a lengthy train into Rook yard as it crosses I-376.
The last painted Kodachrome engine on the WE lay's over at Rook yard coupled to another high hood 35.
A crew works Rook Yard with a set of remote controlled SD40-3s on an Autumn morning.
WE 303 is tied down at Rook yard still proudly displaying its Rio Grade paint scheme.
A empty Sparrow's Point ore train sits in front of the yard office at Rook yard waiting for a crew from Brewster to come and pick it up to take it west and eventually end up at Huron OH.
"Bo Bo", the nickname of W&LE SD40-2 #4003, spends the night at Rook Yard.
WE 200, 100 and two SD40-2's sit in front of the yard office at Rook waiting for a crew from Brewster to show up and take the train west.