A weekday afternoon at the fuel pad finds borrowed CSX 2732 and a trio of road units waiting for service.
Former Oakway SD60 (#9082) was sitting in BNSF's Northtown Yard awaiting disposition line in 2012. Atrip to Paducah and a new coat of paint for 3808 and five? others which have been consistent pow... (more)
A pair of Susie-Q SD60's head into the NYSW yard in Ridgefield Park to prepare to couple to a consist that would later become NYSW SU-99
The road train is assembled and ready to depart for an evening trip to Binghamton. An impressive 5-unit consist of Susquehanna six-axle EMDs leads the train, four SD60s and one SD40.
New York, Susquehanna & Western train SU-100 passes by the former Erie passenger station in Port Jervis, NY
A late-running, re-crewed Sparta local arrives back within yard limits. After some switches are cleared of snow, the crew will make quick work of yarding the short train in the MC Yard.
A re-crewed Sparta local heads back to Ridgefield Park on a crystal clear Saturday afternoon. It is assumed that the WS-5 crew outlawed in the early AM hours, with their work complicated by heavy... (more)
A trio of CEFX Blue-Bird leasers lead NYSW SU99 up the grade at Newfoundland.
A late-running westward freight passes underneath the former Erie coaling tower just after crossing the Susquehanna River between Susquehanna and Red Rocks on the former Delaware Division, now kno... (more)
These t-bolts are used to attach superheater units to the superheater header of NYS&W 2-8-2 steam locomotive No. 142. During the past few years since the loco has come back to service, the steam t... (more)
NYS&W SD40-2 3022, with the Toys for Tots train, passing the USS Ling museum.
The Toys for Tots train crosses the Passaic River headed to its second stop at Hawthorne, NJ.
A pair of four- packs at Ridgefield Park... Four NYS&W SD60s are at the fuel track being prepped for the evening's SU-99 road freight while four CSX GEs coast by on the River Subdivision.
Before the stack trains, the little Suquehanna railroad was starving and would have gone broke. Attorney and railfan Walter Rich purchased it and little-by-little he added trackage and customers.... (more)