This critter is here courtesy of the NYOW Historical Society.
"Old & Weary" center cab switcher looks just that, sitting in the shade at Steamtown. The NYOW historical society had the critter shipped from New Jersey for display here. uncertain at this time ... (more)
Looking more like the set of a horror movie, the old O&W station has been vacant since a fire in 2004.
The former station and headquarters of the New York, Ontario & Western railroad is derelict and in imminent danger. In 2004 a fire gutted the opposite end of the building and no repairs were ever ... (more)
Three pieces of the Southeastern Railway Museum's collection rest in the pleasant afternoon sunshine. From left to right, there is NYO&W 44-ton switcher #104, Chattahoochee Valley 2-8-0 #21, and G... (more)
NYO&W FT units sit with a heater car at Erie's Croxton Yard. My grandmother lived at the Oneida Community Mansion in the late 1940s and I recall O&W diesel-powered freights running right next to t... (more)
This wood-sheathed caboose was among several and the EMD FTs stored at Erie's Croxton Yard after the demise of the NYO&W.
The Southern Pacific Santa Monica Branch (fka Santa Monica Airline) had been abandoned for ten years already, but most of the rail through town was still in place when art galleries opened in the ... (more)
Restored to original NYO&W colors by the Southern Railroad of New Jersey.