NYS&W BH-2 heads north through the farm fields with the currently sidelined 3636 leading.
Uncertain Future....The #3636 has been OOS since May of 2008 after a Turbocharger failure caused the prime mover to seize. Since October the #3636 has been stored in Utica and at one point the tra... (more)
SU-99 rolls west over the Hackensack River with 3634/3010/3018. Al left is the preserved Balao-class submarine USS Ling (SS-297) which is berthed at the New Jersey Naval Museum.
WS4 is a the west switch into the MC Yard, while the conductor looks on. The train has the three road units for the evening SU-99 road freight.
SU-99 rolls west over the Hackensack River with 3016/3022/3010. The timing was just right as there were only a few moments of direct sunlight left to spare.
Second generation diesels survive on the NYS&W. WS3 crew has a pair of tunnel motors and a flare, circa 1960s/1970s for power.
WS4 trundles through the MC Yard with road power for the evening's SU-99 road power.
A NYS&W train heads south past one of the many farms in Central New York.
A NYS&W train heads south with the 3018 providing some smoke as they throttle up.
A NYS&W train heads south out of Syracuse headed for Cortland.
Susquehanna SD45 3620 continues east of Hornell through the Canisteo valley with D&H train BUAY during the period that NYSW was the designated operator of the bankrupt D&H.
Susquehanna SD45 3620 plods east at ten mph on the speed restricted track 1 of Conrail's former Erie Lackawanna Southern Tier line.
Susquehanna SD45 3620, belonging to D&H's designated operator, leads D&H train BUAY at ten miles per hour, on track 1 of Conrail's Southern Tier line.
NYS&W's WS-4 drills the MC Yard with a former Conrail unit in the lead.
Snow has given way to rain in northern New Jersey as a staged SU-99 road train waits for a crew to take it west.