In a night scene at the Olean shop, M630 431 (ex CP 4573) and 638 (ex Cartier M636 75) rest between assignments on a warm sept evening.
A nice collection of ALCos sandwiching a lone GM head north near Pemberton in August 1985. The line up is 712, 628, 801, 751, 800 and 705, with in-train helpers 807 and RCL684.
Meeting the early morning summer sun just south west of Clinton, the mixed bag of 719, 757, 806, 728 and RCL688 head north in August 1985.
A evening northbound freight arrives at the BCR Yard at Prince George behind 713, 708 and one month old SD40-2 763 in August 1985.
With headlights blazing and in evening sun, a northbound freight approaches the BCR yard at Prince George behind 710, 643, RCC6, 707 and 802 in August 1985.
MLW M-630W 729 undergoes load bank testing after overhaul at the BCR Workshops at Squamish in August 1985 - a repaint into the then new red, white, blue and silver livery beckons.
Despite the headlight being illuminated, this southbound freight at Lillooet was tied up and the triple ALCo combination of 721, 716 and 707 very quiet. A spot of amateur rock-climbing compensated... (more)
The Olean to Hornell turn has finished it's work in Hornell and is climbing the hill westbound, passing the e/b approach restricting signal that's used to tell crews the end of dark territory and ... (more)
PT-98 performs a quick run-around after dropping cars for the NS in the small yard. There were only 5 cars to pick up, making work at the interchange relatively easy today. The Delaware Water Gap ... (more)
DL 3000 acts like an true MLW/ALCO while switching Keystone Propane. A classic former Lackawanna tower still stands at left, partially blocked by trees.
An M630/C425 combination leads an eastbound past Snag Pond.
Our last image of the day, the DFT getting ready to do some work at Port Allegany.
One of the more interesting units on the WNY&P's roster is M630 #631, which was Minnesota Commercial #73 in its previous life, and Canadian Pacific #4573 before that. As the plaque states, it was ... (more)
PT-98 throttles up and leaves Scranton behind. Lots of the old DL&W can still be seen including the imposing former headquarters/station, and if you look closely, the former Mattes Street Tower.