Despite the way things look, the UT-1 crew is NOT stopping to make a deal for the 3040. Rather, they are just passing through on their way to switch area industries.
NYSW GP40 #3040 switches the mill at Sangerfield, NY.
NYSW GP40 #3040 leads UT-1 towards Sangerfield.
As viewed from a side street, NYSW GP40 #3040 leads UT-1 up Schuyler Street in Utica, NY on its return trip from Sangerfield.
NYSW GP40 #3040 leads UT-1 right down Schuyler Street in Utica, NY.
Another view of the NYS&W GP18s temporarily stored in Ridgefield Park awaiting disposition. This view offers a chance to compare the different paint schemes applied to 1802 and 1804. 1804 is the... (more)
Storm clouds gather as an evening local crew builds their train in the MC Yard. It is good to see black & yellow power back on Southern Division locals, even if this particular unit would look mo... (more)
End of an Era: Time has run out for this classic trio of GP18s after roughly 47 years of service on the Susquehanna. Here they sit with "NYSW" lettering blacked out on the cab; a sign of t... (more)
NYSW GP40 #3040 leads UT-1 south down Schulyer Street in Utica, NY.
We meet the SU99 again further west at Franklin Lakes, NJ along NJ-208 and I-287 headed into a golden sunset.
The New York Susquehanna & Western SU99 runs at restricted speed through PC Yard in Saddle Brook, NJ. The train is powered by three former Southern Pacific EMD SD40T-2's ... (more)
A hammerhead first SD40T-2 is a parked near the NYS&W's sanding tower.
This is not something you see every day. The 142 has had all 96 of her tubes removed. So that you could see many of the tube holes, the Chief Mechanical Officer set up two lights inside the boiler... (more)
NYS&W No. 142's smokebox door is open while repairs are being done to her innards.