NYS&W EMD F45 6370, later renumbered 3638, nee BN 6640; Sold to Montana Rail Link 390.
With more and more developing traffic on its Southern Tier route, the New York, Susquehanna & Western acquired sixteen ex-BN 45-series EMD’s. The two F45’s in the lot were the first freight cowl u... (more)
The December, 1986 New York, Susquehanna & Western inspection train rolls eastward over the Moodna Viaduct on its return trip to Little Ferry.
A Susquehanna inspection train with a newly-painted F45 departs the remnants of the one-time New Haven yard in Maybrook, New York. The train was run for dignitaries to see the newly reopened line ... (more)
Soon after the New York, Susquehanna & Western revitalized its main line to Sparta Junction, New Jersey, and also rejuvenated the newly-acquired former L&HR mainline between Sparta Junction and th... (more)
The Susquehanna inspection train for its management and BOD to get a first view of its new route between its Southern and Northern Divisions rolls through Franklin, New Jersey. The recently reacti... (more)
The partially frozen Charlottesburg reservoir is quite low as a Susquehanna inspection train rolls westward on the newly-reopened NYS&W main line over Sparta Mountain.
Wearing a coat of paint that is literally hours old, New York, Susquehanna & Western F45 6370 leads an inspection trip west across the Ramapo River in Oakland, New Jers... (more)
An F45 leads three SD45s (all former BN units) on an eastbound Sea-Land double stack train. The train is about to pass under the Prospect Ave. overpass, site of a former NYS&W passenger station.