WNYP 638 & 632 bracket a work train of ballast cars that is Southbound on the Buffalo Line on a nice fall morning. The work train was headed to Larabee, PA and onto the Farmers Valley branch.
The Alco/MLW Lineup at Olean...
Early morning in Olean Yard. Thanks to the hospitality of the WNYP.
WNYP 637 is slated for traction motor work and the transfer caboose should look neat in black.
Switching out a caboose at the old Olean Yard. This little yard was located just to the West of the PRR & EL diamond.
A view of a locomotive we rarely get to see. If the locomotive was moving, never want to see. WNYP's pit
has M636 #637 atop, awaiting traction motor replacement.
A look inside WNYP's new work shed. 637 will be getting traction motors replaced. Thanks to the WNYP for their hospitality.
As the Hornell Turn returns to its home base of Olean, it gets the attention of a small party who run over in excitement to wave at the crew. It’s refreshing to see that trains still have the powe... (more)
WNYP 631 - 430 - 630 at the Olean yard.
WNYP M636 #638 rests under the sand tower at Olean, in front of the new shops, with fellow alco companions.
In a night scene at the Olean shop, C425 4264 (ex Spokane Portland & Seattle 326) waits for the next call to duty on a warm sept night
In a night scene at the Olean shop, M630 431 (ex CP 4573) and 638 (ex Cartier M636 75) rest between assignments on a warm sept evening.
A pair of former NYC C430's idles in the yard after returning from Salamanca.
Former Chicago Belt Railway Alco C424 rests at the engine terminal.
A study of a locomotive model: Local Train OL1 pulls up next to the power off last night's HNME freight. The C630 & C430 were ALCO's answer to the SD40/GP40 and U30C/U30B. WNY&P numbers their u... (more)