The engineer on OL-4 delights the many fans at the Andover Pond by getting his Alcos to put out a little smoke.
My wife Trudy, and our beagle Penny, watch as OL-4 heads West thru Wellsville. The beautiful old Catholic Church stands in the background.
A rare morning Southbound pops out of the shadows of a "tree tunnel" and into the S-curves at Pole Bridge Road. Engineer Tim Carney hangs out the window as his train struggles thru the curves and ... (more)
A rare morning Southbound climbs the grade out of Avon.
A rare morning Southbound passes tank cars stored in the siding at Papermill Road.
The fall colors are just starting to show as 23K crosses the Portage Bridge in the late afternoon.
As seen from the parking lot at the LA&L shops, 418 switches at the Ag Co-op on Bronson Hill Road.
606, 608, and an RS-3 sit parked on one of the dead tracks at Colonie. These units had run out of time on the D&H and were not returned to service.
SP & DRGW power with a SOO caboose were a surprise to find at the CSX New Castle yard. Kodachrome 200 scan.
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.
The lead unit on R-136 smokes like an Alco as it passes what is left of the once huge J&L Steel mill.
She's real fine, my 409. Still in LV paint, 409 prepares to lead an Eastbound out of Oneonta.
A loaded coal train runs along the Beaver River at College Station. The old P&LE station and shops are visible to the left. Kodachrome 200 scan.