After delivering a WNYP freight to the NS interchange, a pair of LAL Alcos pause in front of the tower at this former EL yard.
LA&L 425 leaves Genesee Jct after making a pickup from CSX.
While it looks like the Susy-Q shops, these Alcos belong to the Livonia Avon & Lakeville.
LA&L #425 slows as they prepare to work the recently built Barilla pasta plant. The Jersey City mile-marker gives away this portion of the line's heritage.
A colorful #425 leads its train through Henrietta
LAL 425 smokes it up with just enough time to make it back to Lakeville.
Classic Alco's at work....
After crossing Jefferson Road, LAL 425 and 420 creep around the S curve behind Southtown Plaza.
The Erie mainline had two routes through Millers Station, just east of Cambridge Springs. I was stanging on the long-abandoned High Line bridge to photograph this WNY&P train for Meadville which ... (more)
A WNY&P crew out of Falconer does a little switching at Corry.
In the midst of switching cars around, LA&L 425 is seen against a wall of clouds.
LAL 425 follows LAL 420's lead, after switching Matthews and Fields Lumber
After waiting on the Jefferson Street bridge for an hour, LAL 425 crosses a relatively cold Genessee River on a COLD day!
LAL 420 heads south with a very short pickup from the Rochester and Southern Railroad
A pair of LA&L Alcos lead a WNY&P freight near Salamanca.