Its future uncertain, former D&H RS36 #5019 sits at North Creek, NY along the former D&H Adirondack Branch. Most recently it pulled tourist trains for the now-defunct Upper Hudson River Railroad,... (more)
A relic from the past! D&H 7304 is one of three remaining GP38-2 locomotives on the CP roster still wearing D&H paint. Oh if only she could talk and tell the stories of pulling 60mph TOFC trains f... (more)
Another interesting combination of Alco power on the Adirondack in peak fall colors
The 5008 along with the 5020 was used regularly on the Adirondacks in 1974 as PAs were being rebuilt at MK.
A few days before Amtrak takeover, at that time unsure if we would ever see the PAs in service again.
This train was called "The Slatepicker" due to extensive slate quarrying in the region. An example is the slate roof on the barn in the background.
Heading past station with southbound turn from Rouses Point.
Heading the Slatepicker south toward the Greenwich & Johnsonville connection late in the afternoon of a perfect late March day.
End of the chase down from Port Henry as train enters Whitehall Yard. The PAs were turned and returned quickly to Rouses Point. Quite a sight!
The 4071 was leased to the Providence & Worcester when they started up and still wore their scheme when returned to the D&H. On weekends it was common to see road units ferried back to Colonie on... (more)
I chased the train from Crescent, had to hike in a ways but always liked this shot despite the wires. Peak foliage day for upstate New York!