Road power, positioned at the fuel pad, will take the evening's SU99 road freight west.
Brand new GP18 units 1804 and 1800 are switching at Passaic Jct. in Saddle Brook, NJ. The three EMD units were the first new diesels bought by the railroad for many years. The Susquehanna had pow... (more)
NYS&W's OnTrack service was a favorite way for Syracuse University students to get from campus to the popular Carousel Center Mall in the late 1990s and early 2000s. OnTrack operated three Budd R... (more)
This is the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railway (CACV) which was part of Delaware Otsego Corp. The DO also owned the NYSW by 1982 and had placed one of the original NYSW RS-1's in service on th... (more)
SU-99 gets underway across the Hackensack River at 1725. Today's power is SD40T-2 3014 (SP 8321, built 4/78), SD40T-2 3012 (SP 8242, built 4/80), and SD40-2 3018 (SOU 3267, built 1/78). The 3018... (more)
The last remaining NYS&W S-2, 206, resides adjacent to the NYS&W Southern Division mainline at the Maywood Station Museum. This unit operated over the Susquehanna from 1942 until it was retired i... (more)
Built in June 1988, NYSW 4006 was only 2 months old when it hit a dump truck filled with sand in late July 1988 while pulling a 1988 NRHS Convention excursion in New Jersey. I think the accident w... (more)
Marines gather at the hind end of the Toy's For Tots Special. This train was operated by the NYS&W on Saturday between Ridgefield Park and Butler and then by the Morristown & Erie the following d... (more)
An all-Susquehanna consist of SD40T-2/SD45/SD40-2/SD45 is prepped by the outbound road crew and will soon depart for Binghamton, NY. I'm sure they were in a hurry to get home as this was the even... (more)
Back in 1984, in order for the NYS&W eastbound Haulage Train to head east, it first had to back north out of NYS&W's Binghamton Yard. It was doing exactly that when I caught the train on June 19,... (more)
A northbound NYS&W local freight train works the I L Richer feed mill in Sherburne, NY on May 12, 1983 with C430 No. 3000.
Susquehanna SD40-T 3012 and 3016 and SD45 3618 crossing the Hackensack River. The submarine USS Ling, now a museum, can be seen in the background just ahead of the first unit.
The 142 backs up to the lime kilns to drop off/pic up passengers
The 142 heads south through the autumn colors