A little ice on the river and a little snow in the woods......the remains of winter are evident, as a Conrail freight crosses the Popolopen Creek trestle, heading north up the Hudson River with th... (more)
Probably one of the most Spartan cabs for an Engineer/Motormen I've ever seen and I'll bet one of the coldest and draftiest in the winter. Thanks again to this intrepid Hogger/Juice Jack on the ea... (more)
Freight with two E-44's just has passed the WA-5 tower, here not visible (at right behind the photographer)
A Conrail Quality and LMS C40-8W lead this mixed freight east through Weedsport, NY.
Brand new Conrail SD70, one of the last of Conrail's new power ever to be purchased, barrels east on the point of this train. This photo was taken with a Canon Rebel G with ISO 200 35mm negative ... (more)
Southbound on the Egyptian line, an autorack unit train with a mix of Conrail and Santa Fe power traverses the connection with the IHB's mainline just east of Gibson Yard. Tom Golden photo
Old Conrail veterans keep each other company, while waiting for their day with the scrapper. The Dash 7 on the left seems to be in a little better shape than the old GP10. Note: This photo was tak... (more)
Conrail ore train eastbound at Oxford,WI..
Passing the Amtrak station. Date is approximate.
An Operation Lifesaver charter utilizing Conrail OCS equipment pauses at the Amtrak station in Rochester for a speech on safety around railroads and pickup dignitaries and head for Syracuse.
This TV train with a trio of SD50s performs some switching adjacent to the old East Syracuse station. Today, Conrail is gone and so is this station and platform.
Conrail power delivers the James E. Strates midway train each year to the Great New York State Fair.
During the summer of 1996, a Conrail freight derailed several cars near Savannah, NY. The engineer snapped a photo as he passed by the site. You can see all of the yellow Conrail vehicles cleani... (more)
A pair of 80MACs are shifted around the yard, date is approximate.
Appalachian railfanning - the way it used to be.