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The Maple Leaf picks up speed after departing the temporary station stop at the New York State Fairgrounds. The unique view is from the grandstand that is going to be torn down soon and not repla... (more)
Of all the GG1s that have been "saved" around the country, I believe this is the only one to wear the Amtrak Phase I scheme. This is a prototypical scheme for this unit, and is what it last wor... (more)
An Empire Service train approaches the temporary station stop at the New York State Fairgrounds. Photo taken from the grandstand, which is soon to be demolished and not replaced.
The date is just a guess, but this was back at the East Syracuse depot, in the days when Roadrailers were a common sight on the rear of most Amtrak long distance trains.
Conrail C40-8W #6150 and SD50 #6800 westbound at East Syracuse, New York.
This is either an Empire Service train or the Maple Leaf at the station that was located in East Syracuse. Guessing at the date.
I remember thinking, "This is what replaced the F40!?"
The Y311 has dropped of two sections of their 74 car train from Dewitt. The local shoves a tanker off the "dead track" on the siding into Chemtrade Logistics formerly, General Chemical. This will ... (more)
A CSX local backs down in between a couple of business to retrieve a covered hopper just out of sight before heading back to the Dewitt yard.
The Y311 local pauses during switching duty's on the "dead track"
The daily Q393 rumbles on west under the NYC era signal bridge. Scenes like this are becoming harder and harder to get as CSX upgrades signals across the line.
The crew of the SY-1 has just picked up a cut of cars which the BH-1 dropped off in Armory Square. The SY-1 is seen here taking the runner over to CP 293 on the CSX Mohawk Sub for interchange.
Amtrak GG-1 #926 on display at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, NY. For more pics & videos from my collection see my website at http://northamericabyrail.info
CSXT intermodal train Q157 heads west approaching the western end of the Mohawk Subdivision in the early morning hours. The downtown Syracuse skyline can be seen in the background.