A NYC unit sits on the outermost point of Voorheesville. 4097 has seen better days in operations, and has unfortunately been turned into a restaurant and will never see operation again.
"NYC Babbling Brook at NYP" Private Varnish "Babbling Brook" sits on Track 8 in New York Pennsylvania Station after just completing a 959 mile journey from Chicago on th... (more)
New York Central Alco Century C430 No.2054 (2050-2059) with a PRR GP35 2338, NYC GP35 and two NYC GP40's on a coal train in Detroit, Michigan August 10, 1968. This is actually a Penn Central tr... (more)
The moon glints off the number plate of this classic that is now history.
An original New York Central concrete mile post, MP 309, was apparently obliterated by a worker's vehicle. It sits propped up alongside the base which appears to already have been reinforced. He... (more)
New York Central GE U25B 2505 with an Alco FB-2 3346 and FA-2 1053 westbound at Dearborn, Michigan November 28, 1967. At the stroke of midnight February 1, 1968 the Penn Central merger was crea... (more)
The 20th Century Limited A Roger Puta Photograph
Private Car "Babbling Brook" brightens a gloomy afternoon as it trails the northbound Crescent into Newark. This car was built for New York Central in June 1949 by Budd as Buffet Lounge Observati... (more)
A Roger Puta photograph
Awaiting the arrival of eastbound trains needing electric motive power to continue to Grand Central Terminal
We are at GI Tower (closed June 1968) looking northeast along the NYC's mainline from Louisville to Colombus, Indiana. This area would be completely unrecognizable today. Any sign that the railroa... (more)
Bringing up the markers on tonight's westbound "Twentieth Century Limited" is the Budd-built stainless steel 5 Bedroom observation lounge "Wingate Brook" subbing for one of the... (more)
The "Twentieth Century Limited" gets underway westbound behind diesel power at Harmon, after exchanging the P-motor electric that brought it out of Grand Central Terminal for a pair of E... (more)