Amtrak ALCO RS3 114 and 136 were Pennsylvania 8604 and New york Central 8291. I shot them at the Amtrak facility at the old New Haven Northup Avenue yard.
Who's that 6 year-old railfan? That's me armed with the Instamatic camera and Kodachrome film (yes, they made Kodachrome for Instamatics). By 1976, I would move up to a single-lens reflex. My f... (more)
CVL 4099 RS-3 is wearing her slightly modified D&H paint scheme which now reads "Cuyahoga Valley Line" and the CVL wording in the D&H emblem.
A well-travelled RS3 trails the Steamtown train as it drifts back to Scranton. Originally Boston & Maine 1508, the steam generator-equipped RS3 was sold to the D&H in 1975 to help out in passenger... (more)
CR 9929, an Alco RS-3M (re-built with EMD power) handles switching duties at Conrail's Altoona yard in the company of much newer, but stored former Erie-Lackawanna SD45-2s. The venerable RS-3M was... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
A Steamtown excursion to Gouldsboro passes the depot at Moscow with a pair of DL RS-3s on a beautiful fall day.
A pair of RS3s roll under the signal bridge at Elmhurst with an excursion train for Tobyhanna.
The Portland Turn starts their day working with a pair of RS-3s which they will leave at Steamtown for an excursion later in the day.
PT-98 screams through Gouldsboro with a small train powered by a pair of RS3's. They will run to the NS interchange in the GAP before heading back to Scranton.
After stopping to discuss stuff with the SP(grain train) the PT-98 departs Moscow for points east. The SP had spotted a grain train earlier in the morning at Pocono Summit.
D&H local at Cohoes, NY
Reflecting on the importance of its largest customer on the end of Laurel Line, Delaware Lackawanna job LL1 switches Vycom Plastics through an interesting arrangement of industrial trackage. Wher... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna's CNJ RS-3 1554, leads a fall foliage excursion from Steamtown, to the town of Delaware Water Gap.
New Haven was the maintenance base for many of Amtrak’s RS3’s. Here three of them idle in front of the former NYNH&H shops.