Two of the largest NYC engines preserved - an E8 and a 4-8-2 - are on display at the National New York Central Railroad Museum.
Headlight on NYC 3001
The front end of NYC Mowhawk 3001, preserved at the National New York Central Railroad Museum. From this angle it looks like a Hudson.
Inside the cab of New York Central E8 4085. It led the last eastbound 20th Century Limited out of Chicago on December 3, 1967.
RS-3 #8255 readies to depart North White Plains, NY on NYC's Harlem Division.
P motor #226 and an RS-3 hang out at North White Plains, New York on NYC's Harlem Division in the mid-sixties. For more classic N.Y. shots from John, see the Sept. '06 Railfan & Railroad.
The "Ohio State Limited" approaching the station
Power for NYC's Cincinnati to New York Ohio State Limited is ready to back down to its train.
Rear of NMRA Convention special passing under Southern Railway bridge
The NMRA Convention special entering Cincinnati Union Terminal
The NMRA Convention special approaching Cincinnati Union Terminal; Carew Tower dimly visible through the haze to the left of the Southern bridge.
Westbound freight passing the NMRA Convention special as it returns to Cincinnati