Rust never sleeps...and sometimes gets creative.
The logo adorning the side of a Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley coach used in the excursions. This car was a former Erie Lackawanna MU car.
Spartan controls of an S7.
Up the hump at last light.
Donnell Sullivan designed and built this critter to run on an 18" gauge. It runs on regular gas and uses 1930s vintage Buick starter motors as Traction motors. Donated to the CACV, it now run... (more)
Setting up for the excursion to Cooperstown.
Engineer's view on the last working MLW S7.
Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley's S4 in as delivered to the D&H livery. As we recall CACV was a subsidiary of the Delaware & Hudson way back in the day.
Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley's Railfan Day activities included a Jordan Spreader demonstration.
Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley's S4 takes abreak after drilling cars in preparation for Railfan Day.
This happy group returns from the excursion to Cooperstown on Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley's Railfan Day.
A beautiful day to take a ride on a train. Delaware & Ulster's first trip of the day from Arkville to Roxbury.
The paint on this MLW was drying last night. This is the last working S7, unless someone knows otherwise. Thanks to Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley for putting on a great Railfan Day.
A nicely refurbished Jersey Coast coach can be found at the Whippany Railroad Museum.
An array of power sits in Two Harbors.