After the Delaware & Hudson’s expansion as a result of the Conrail merger, the D&H was short of power, and looked in all directions for additional locomotives. One solution came in the form of a g... (more)
Trains NE84 and NE87 were a cooperative effort of the Delaware & Hudson, Lehigh Valley, Reading and Baltimore & Ohio to move freight between Rouses Point, New York and Potomac Yard in Alexandria, ... (more)
The Delaware & Hudson had several run-through trains with the Lehigh Valley. One of those trains, symbol MA-2 (Mechanicsville – Allentown) is seen here approaching the village of Siegfried, just n... (more)
Farewell, Old Friend
The Lehigh Valley Railroad was the local mainline road when I was learning photography in the mid-1970's. While the newer GP38-2’s and U23B’s drew the hotter ... (more)
With the sprawling General Electric complex in Schenectady as a major on-line shipper, the Delaware & Hudson had to maintain a fleet of special-use flat cars. That flee... (more)
A dogpack of Alcos and EMDs from the Delaware & Hudson, Boston & Maine, and Norfolk & Western lead a westbound D&H train along the Canisteo River in Cameron Mills, New York. The highway truss brid... (more)
Travelling along the Canisteo River on the Southern Tier line, a Delaware & Hudson train of covered hoppers rolls east near Rathbone, New York.
Two Delaware & Hudson EMD’s roll a train of cylindrical covered hoppers east through Gang Mills, New The ex-Reading GP39-2 shows its share of road grime, but the ex-Lehigh Valley GP38-2 is absolut... (more)
Alcos dominate the shop tracks at the Delaware & Hudson's East Binghamton engine house on the day after Christmas, 1985.
The Preamble Express getting towed into Milwaukee Depot per Union agreement.
Former Reading unit in a horrible butchered paint job.
Simpler than the classic scheme but not bad this was the last real D&H paint scheme.
Alcos up against it on Belden Hill. Lending the 6000 HP as a helper on an N&W run through train these units put on a great show.
It's nice when railroad employees, though not railfans, appreciate that their equipment is rare and of interest. This was the case in this little yard, soon to be abandoned for the old DL&W facil... (more)