First car is former PRR "Alexander Hamilton" from the Pennsy's mid-1950s order of Budd consists for the "Congressional" and "Senator"
Heading back to Rockland along the Sheepscot River
Check out the name of the Chinese restaurant!
Lots of scenic spots between Brunswick and Rockland!
No need for third-rail shoes in this vicinity...
Approaching the Wiscasset stop on the way to Brunswick
An Amtrak FL9 leads Albany, New York-bound train No. 259 at Breckneck Ridge, New York, at 4:55 p.m. on April 11, 1991.
A Metro-North Commuter Railroad train heads west out of the Breakneck Ridge Tunnels near Cold Spring, New York, on the way to Poughkeepsie on the afternoon of April 11, 1991. Power is a pair of cl... (more)
Amtrak FL9's were assigned to Albany for use between Albany and New York City for third rail operations into Grand Central. Every now and then one would make a run west of Albany to Niagara Falls.... (more)
After a run by with 765 the guest climb back aboard the train that will now be lead north with by FL9 484.
Back in the old days the caboose was the last car. Not so on the CVSR. A unique EMD F unit with an interesting wheel arrangement gets the honors today on the southbound excursion.
Amtrak FL9 No 486 arrives at Croton Harmon with the northbound Adirondack. The car park (parking lot) is nearly empty as this was a Sunday.
Two sets of FL9s and commuter cars rest out the weekend at the classic New York Central Poughkeepsie station. These were among the few Penn Central engines with any color to them, having been pain... (more)
Maine Eastern FL9 489 appears to be on a Whippsny Railway Museum caboose train. Actually, the classic cab unit is merely on display at the museum site.