A pair of Alco's pass under the footbridge in Oneonta. The Oneonta footbridge wasn't quite as famous as the Sayre footbridge.
Love the casual dress. Typical laid back summer day at Oneonta.
This U30-C was one of the better looking ones at this time, since these units did not have much time left on the D&H.
FA Tower and N&W geeps as seen from the cab of 502 as it switches at the East end of the yard.
The rear end crew off a freight that just arrived waits for their ride to the yard office as 5009 and crew work the end of the yard.
1976 had just recently been renumbered back to 506 at the time of this photo. This unit still operates today on the W&C in Wellsboro, PA.
D&H power departs the shops area to head down into the yard to get its train.
LV's red or D&H's lightning stripe looked best on the C-420s, but you can't say that 415 looks bad in the solid blue with stripes.
She's real fine, my 409. Still in LV paint, 409 prepares to lead an Eastbound out of Oneonta.
Trainmen Keith Dunham and Neil Place (shirtless) ride the end of a Switcher moving thru the Oneonta yard.
7404 in the short lived, solid blue paint sheme.