Signaling to his engineer, a conductor rides the shove on the end of his venerable 19000-series caboose. This scene was part of a night photo shoot at the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Muse... (more)
After tying up his train in the yard, a NYC conductor takes the markers off the rear of his venerable 19000-series caboose. This scene was part of a night photo shoot at the Rochester & Genesee Va... (more)
On the outskirts of Rochester in 1955, a worker loads a last few crates of apples into a MDT reefer on a siding as a fast freight zips by on the main. This scene was part of a night photo shoot a... (more)
Doing some contract switching in the greater Rochester area, Viscose Co. #6 spots a MDT reefer in a siding for a produce farmer. This scene was part of a night photo shoot at the Rochester & Gene... (more)
Former U.S. Army Fairbanks-Morse H12-44 No. 1843 and New York Central caboose No. 19877 depart Industry Depot at the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum. The Army unit is one of the few ope... (more)
Former U.S. Army Fairbanks-Morse H12-44 No. 1843 is in charge of a rare three-car train consisting of New York Central, Erie Railroad, and Penn Central cabooses at the Rochester & Genesee Valley R... (more)
Visitors admire a rare Sunday morning southbound road freight as it passes by the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum, located at Industry, N.Y. The animals are from a petting zoo that was ... (more)
In the spring of 2012, I stumbled across the Rochester & Genesse Valley Railroad Museum which had not yet opened for the season. Thanks to a gentle man that volunteered there, and to make a long s... (more)
Engine was purchased new by Eastman Koda in '46, and saw service there until being donated the chapter in '81.
A train order semaphore still stands next to this preserved depot. The bench in front of the depot reveals the line's heritage.
Lehigh Valley 211 basks in the sun at the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum (http://www.rgvrrm.org).
Ex-Eastman Kodak 80-tonner #6 is now part of the museum at Industry, NY adjacent to the L,A&L mainline.
Rochester Chapter, NRHS, rec'd retired Kodak plant (Rochester, NY) switcher. Unit operational and used to build track at museum site.