SIXX 73 sits in front of the Cohocton shops on a foggy morning. This unit eventually became WNYP 631.
A solitary horse eyes WNYP 631 as it leads the Hornell Turn past a set of deactivated signals on the former Erie mainline.
The Hornell Turn rolls east through a postcard-like scene on the former Erie mainline in western New York.
Ladies In Waiting. DL 3000 and five of her sisters spend a Sunday night idling outside the tower. Come Monday morning, they'll climb over the Poconos to the Delaware Water Gap.
I used to spend a lot of time in Northern Ontario, and it wasn't for the SD40's. Although in retrospect they were pretty cool too. Anyway here is M630 4565 leading 4725 and train 935 out of the cl... (more)
Mail Delivery! 631 & 43 arrive at the mailbox in the Hornell Yard.
My dad let me use the DSLR while he used the film camera.
WNYP 631 - 430 - 630 at the Olean yard.
WNYP 631 & 43 arrive at the NS interchange yard in Hornell.
The Hornell Turn parallels Van Campen Creek for a brief moment before ducking under Route 19.
Delaware Lackawanna M630 #3000 rolls train PT-97 West through beautiful fall foliage at Mt Pocono, Pa. on 10/21/09.
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.