The crew of Delaware & Hudson’s salt train retrieves C424m 452 from a siding on the Genesee & Wyoming at Retsof, New York. The train has operated push-pull west of Hornell to accommodate a reverse... (more)
Looking for that perfect fixer-upper switcher? Look no further than Retsof, New York, where the former Philadelphia Bethlehem & New England NW2 #21 now resides as a burned out hulk of its former ... (more)
The 14-mile-long salt hauling Genesee & Wyoming Railroad dieselized in the 1950’s with a small fleet of Alco RS1’s and S4’s. Later, a few secondhand RS1’s were added to the roster, including this ... (more)
It all began here - Today the Genesee & Wyoming name and paint scheme can be found on locomotives around the world. In 1983, only two locomotives wore the branding of the G&W, and they are seen he... (more)
GW-1 heads south through Retsof, NY.
The back part of GV-2 rests at Griegsville after the middle of the train derailed in East Bethany two days earlier, blocking the line.
The G&W used to host an open house at the Retsof shops every Spring. This is a view out the back door of the shops of 1976 as it sits on the dead track with its stack capped.
Next up on our chase was Route 63, where the crew stopped down at the shops short to the
north of the bridge, where they took 3103 out of the shop, and placed it on the
front of the train, and t... (more)
GW-1 heads South thru Retsof, on its way to the salt mine with empties.
One of the many salt hopper comprising train GW-1 as they head back to the American Rock Salt mine near Mount Morris passes a rustic symbol of the G&W's past (the logo dates from the days of the f... (more)
Some 6 years later #36 was still in the Spirit of '76 paint scheme sitting here by the Genesee & Wyoming shops in Retsof NY.
GW-1 slows to a crawl as they approach Retsof Yard while Southbound on the G&W Main.
G&W MP15 45 heads up an assortment of G&W diesels including a pair of former D&H C-424s.