A class S2 Electric locomotive is switching passenger cars in the Mott Haven Passenger Car Yards (looking West, North of the 153rd St Bridge). New York Central intercity passenger cars were servic... (more)
Alco A-B-A is eastbound on the Water level route at Carman N.Y., (between Schenectady and Albany). Track to right ramps up and swings left over Mohawk Division to reach South Schenectady on the pa... (more)
New York Central E-8 leads another E-8 and an E-7, on the head of the Boston-bound New England States past Nevins yard NYC's FA's mixed frequently with, (intermediate unit), RS-2/3's on mainline ... (more)
A PC Alco leads a string of locomotives sitting outside PC's Collinwood shops in this autumn 1968 photo.
Mohawk Makeover. Restoration at the Museum of Transportation is picking up. NYC 4-8-2 Mohawk type steam locomotive #2933 still has a long way to go in its restoration, but progress is being... (more)
The first of the L3b Mohawks built by Lima is eastbound with a freight at Oneida. I was about 5 1/2 and with my dad who shot this with his Voigtlander. The car behind the tender is interesting.
New York Central's first J3a Super Hudson pulls a westbound through Oneida in one of my father's old shots. My maternal grandmother lived in Oneida and I think that this was taken during the summe... (more)
New York Central J1c Hudson 5273 steams into Oneida eastbound in one of my father's old shots. This 4-6-4 is a bit of a star, having been featured in renderings in a 1930 railroad publication, THE... (more)
NYC J-3a Hudson 5414, with a long mail train and several rider coaches bringing up the rear, departs Chicago's La Salle Street Station on a cold winter day toward the end of New York Central steam... (more)
Leaving Albany for New York; bridge was removed when station relocated to Rensselaer.
Light power for a main line PC train at this time. Piggyback and not Flexi-van consist is giveaway this is in PC era.
This was either the first or second picture on the first roll of film I shot as a rail photographer.
An unusual early PC lashup of NYC and PRR engines
The lead unit is an early E7 built in 1945 with small numberboards like an FT