The Finger Lakes GS-2 slowly makes its way through the town of Seneca Falls, passing by the former New York Central station. Locomotives:FGLK 2001 GP38-2FGLK 2003 GP38-2
Fingerlakes GS-2 passes through Seneca Falls, NY on the way back to Geneva.
FGLK 2001 GP38-2
FGLK 2003 GP38-2
The Finger Lake's GS-2 job heads west as it approaches Seneca Falls after coming off the Cayuga Lake causeway in a March winter scene. Locomotives:FGLK 2310 B23-7FGLK 1989 B23-7more)
A trio of Finger Lakes GP's pass by farm fields in rural New York with GS-2 in tow. Locomotives:FGLK 2001 GP38-2FGLK 2003 GP38-2FGLK 2002 GP40-2
A trio of GP's lead the Finger Lake's Syracuse sweep job west through a park in the town of Seneca Falls. Locomotives:FGLK 2001 GP38-2FGLK 2003 GP38-2FGLK 2002 GP40-2
The Finger Lake's GS-2 comes into Seneca Falls and crosses through the park in the center of town.Locomotives:FGLK 2310 B23-7FGLK 2309 B23-7
Still wearing its Conrail blue, FGLK B23-7 # 1943 leads Train GS-2 westbound through Seneca Falls, NY.
GMTX 3303 and GMTX 3304 both wearing the classic NYC inspired lightning stripe paint scheme lead Finger Lakes Railway Train GS-2 through Seneca Falls NY.
FGLK GS-2 passes through Seneca Falls on their way to Solvay.
Train GS-2 is eastbound past the park and memorial in downtown Seneca Falls, NY.
A Memorial Day weekend excusion from Waterloo, NY (Birthplace of Memorial Day) passes the Veterans Memorial in Seneca Falls on its way to Cayua.