Black River and Western #60 (former Great Western 2-8-0, #60) clears a trestle over the Raritan River in Flemington, NJ during her official debut over the weekend of November 10th and 111th, 2012.
Welcome back, Black River and Western #60!
BRW 60 prepares to move under her own power for the first time in over 10 years as a strong thunderstorm moves into the area.
BR&W 60 simmers in the yard at Ringoes on a beautiful fall morning. #60 has only recently been returned to active duty after having been out of service for approximately 12 years. Later in the d... (more)
She lives. During Black River & Western 2-8-0 60's first test run, after shuffling back and forth in the Ringoes yard a few times, the crew decided to head up to the Toad Lane crossing to s... (more)
She lives. After being sidelined for over a decade, Black River & Western 2-8-0 60's first test run past the Ringoes station took place in an absolute downpour, with lightning flashing all ... (more)
Williamsport, MD 4/1/2010 - The northbound Winchester & Western turn out of Corning, WV is crossing the Potomac River near Williamsport on its way to Hagerstown, MD with loads of sand and other co... (more)
Martinsburg, WV 4/1/2010 - Winchester & Western conductor Denny Hutzler prepares to open the derail on the CSX interchange track for the southbound W&W "86" turn, which runs from Winchester, VA to... (more)
Black River and Western's EMD #8142 travels back under a canopy of trees to pick up it's passenger car as part of their mixed photo freight special. Normally this part of the line is only used fo... (more)
Seen here is a special rare mileage excursion that covered the BR&W from Ringoes to Three Bridges, New Jersey. Normal weekend trips go between Ringoes and Flemington, but this one continued onto t... (more)
Black River & Western 8142 heading back to Ringoes, NJ with a mixed train. This train was a special excursion to Three Bridges where the covered hopper was picked up.
BRW 1202 heads back towards Ringoes with 2 hoppers in tow as they cross a muddy but calm Raritan River.
BRW 1202 crosses Everitt Rd with an empty centerbeam car in tow.
BRW 1202 trundles past the old Flemington station, whose sign is covered by and advertisement for the Dog Day celebration this weekend.
BRW 1202 sits in front of the old Ringoes station as the engineer heads back to it to begin their trip to Three Bridges.