An ex-CR, nee-EL, unit bought by the D&H in 1980, and rebuilt that year by General Electric at Hornell, NY.
An RS-3 and C430 enjoy the afternoon sunshine.
Sharing shop space with GP38 2012 during NYS&W's 1988-1990 tenure as designated operator of the bankrupt D&H.
Three SD45s, an F45, and a GP38 with eastbound Sea-Land stacks.
4021 will lead westbound CR varnish later that morning. To the left, in the background, is the old Erie freight house. To the right is the Kilmer Building.
The classic EMD "bulldog" nose is silhouetted against the L.J.Kingsley building, a landmark of Binghamton rail photography.
Parked under Chenango Street; the DL&W station is off to the right behind the bridge.
Four-car OCS on an overnight layover; seen in front of the Kilmer Building.
Westbound piggyback train rolls past the easternmost remaining semaphore signal on CR's Southern Tier line.
Photo taken during the rebuilding of D&H's Belden Hill Tunnel. Trains detoured via D&H's Penn Division and Conrail's Southern Tier Line.