NYSW GP40 #3040 leads Train UT-1 right down the middle of Schuyler Street in Utica, NY as it begins its trip to Sangerfield.
SD60 3808 has the lead spot of the SU-99 as it passes the nicely restored Maywood Station.
"A Meet on the NYSW"
Old Meets New at Maywood (part 2)
The engineer of the westbound Sparta local gives a friendly wave while passing the Maywood Station Museum. NYS&W Alco S2 #206 is cosmetically resto... (more)
I was able to catch a break in the clouds just as Susquehanna's road train SU99 headed through Hackensack.
NYSW SU-99 rumbles through Ridgefield Park as it makes its way towards Bogota and beyond with a quartet of ex-Oakway SD60's for power.
The last numbered SD60 on the Susquehanna leads the uphill charge by Newfoundland. Behind it is a Susquehanna SD40-2, a pair of CEFX leasers and another new... (more)
Old Meets New at Maywood (part 1)
Two completely different eras of Susquehanna motive power are represented here. An off-schedule SU100 is seen passing through Maywood at 7:42pm on a ... (more)
NYS&W's SU99, has just started out on its triweekly trek to Binghamton, NY, with the 3806 leading this evening.
"Spotting for Fuel"
Shortly after the SU-100 cut away from its train at the MC yard the power is spotted for fuel under the iconic sand tower with the Susquehanna S-Ball ... (more)
A considerably late SU-100 makes the remainder of it's trip in daylight with a new crew. It's hard to see, but some of the doors are open on the trailing engine... (more)
A pleasant change to the usual outfit of SD60s on SU99 was this "Snoot Nose" leader, in the form of NYSW 3014. Built in 1978 for the Southern Pacific as their #8321, this Tunnel Motor ke... (more)
Former Oakway SD60 sits in the afternoon sun.
The nose of NYS&W 206 is illuminated by the headlight of a Susquehanna SD40T-2 as it performs some switching moves just west of Maywood Station. The 206 was cosmetically restored to this 1950s-er... (more)
"The USS Ling"
Shortly after starting it's westbound journey to Binghamton, NY, SU99 crosses the Hackensack River. Not far from the bridge rests the USS Ling (SS-297), a Balao-clas... (more)