Early Foliage at the Newfoundland Station
The Friday edition of the SU-100 is running a few hours behind schedule operating in daylight through Northwest New Jersey. An added b... (more)
NYS&W WS2 runs light to the west end of the MC Yard to assemble the SU99 road freight.
My first opportunity to photograph "Suzie Q" Yellow Jackets did not disappoint thanks to a fellow guide who was kind enough to show us the premium photo locations. Witness NYS&W train C... (more)
NYS&W WS2 is preparing to assemble the SU99 road freight.
NYS&W WS2 is departing the fuel facility with the 3012. The crew will operate west to the MC Yard to assemble the SU99 road freight.
"Hauling Back Thru Pompton"
"Squeezing Past the Mill"
Descending Sparta Mountain
With their train comfortably over the highest point on rails in New Jersey, the WS-2 crew can easily bring their train down Sparta Mountain and enjoy... (more)
A trio of NYS&W SD60 locomotives are being serviced at the railroad's Ridgefield Park fuel pad, before being dispatched on road train SU-99. View is from the Route 46 public sidewalk.
An Early Evening Road Freight
While the train itself is the SU-99, the local crew WS-2 is running the train West with three SD60's as they thunder past Newfoundland. In the fal... (more)
Running Through the Center of Town
The engineer of the CH-2 has his train at a crawl as it comes through Callicoon, NY as the townspeople come out to see the rare daylight frei... (more)
When the Susquehanna won the right to run haulage trains over Conrail’s Southern Tier line between the Southern Division in Little Ferry and the Northern Division in Bing... (more)
"Long Hood Forward Over the Lackawaxen"
Assaulting Gulf Summit
The high and wide extra is seen accelerating past a small crossing just before running over the famous Starrucca Viaduct. The three loads in town are bo... (more)
Sweeping Through the Mountains
The Cortland based crew is about an hour into their run to Port Jervis hauling three high and wide loads. The train is passing through a small fi... (more)