The 436 crosses Wall Street after completing a switching move at Atlantic Coast Fibers
A NY&GL crew member flags the crossing for the 1267, en route from Island Yard to the C&D transloading facility with two empty hopper cars.
Transformation for older coal hoppers is frequently the conversion into debris hopper cars. The height of these cars has been extended, to allow the maximum loading of debris. At NY&GL's Island Ya... (more)
The conductor talks to the engineer concerning the next switching move.
NY&GL GP9 1268 is resting at the NY&GL's compact engine servicing facility.
NY&GL crew tows an empty C&D gondola from Island Yard back toward the transloading facility.
New York Greenwood Lake GP9 #1268 basks in the sun.
New York Greenwood Lake GP9 #1268 proudly wears an Erie Railroad Warbonnet paint job.
New York Greenwood Lake GP9 #1267 basks in the sun.
NY&GL 1267 switches Island Yard in Passaic, N.J.
Construction debris loads are spotted in the yard and another set of empties are prepared for the short trip back across Wall Street to the loading facility.
The 1267 patiently waits for two hopper cars to be loaded at the transloading facility at Dundee Yard in Passaic. The 1267 will then move these hopper cars to Island Yard and return with two empti... (more)
NY&GL 1267 has just departed Island Yard with two empties for the transloading facility.
NY&GL GP9 1268 and the railroad's RS3 are stored at the Dundee Yard.