A Finger Lakes U23B works the yard wearing Lehigh Valley inspired paint.
Various power and some passenger coaches sit in the Finger Lakes yard in Geneva.
Finger Lakes U23B 2201 is painted in a Lehigh Valley inspired paint scheme and working the Geneva yard on a cold snowy March morning. Part of the day was under blizzard conditions and the only pe... (more)
The FGLK heads North to Lyons where they will interchange cars with CSX.
FGLK GS-2 heads west leaving Solvay on a hot and humid day.
FGLK GS-2 heads west across Cayuga Lake.
FGLK 2201 crosses Cayuga Lake on their way west.
FGLK 2201 crosses Cayuga Lake on their way west with the village of Cayuga in the background.
FGLK 2201 runs west with a few cars from Solvay.
Finger Lakes Railway U23B #2201 rests at Geneva, NY on the night of October 5, 2007. Lumedyne lighting courtesy of Michael Peverrett & Steve Carlson.
The only unit to wear this Lehigh Valley inspired scheme rests outside the Geneva maintenance shop. The Finger Lakes standard scheme is based on NYC lightning stripes.
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The Lehigh Valley is remembered by the Finger Lakes Railway by painting their U23B into a LV inspired scheme. The crew really did a spectacular job on this one!