OCTL 85 sits along side of the Buffalo Structural Steel Building on a late summer afternoon. This Alco switcher was build in March of 1950. It served under South Buffalo Railway and New York and L... (more)
I title this one, BUSTED!!! as I unintentionally bust a visiting volunteer with an Ohio tourist line checking out the Oil Creek Valley eye candy. My intended target for the photo was the l... (more)
The whole fleet of the OCTL. 85&75, both S2's and 3568, an MLW M420.
OCTL 85 and 3568, an MLW M420 sit on the storage line at Titusville Yard as OCTL 75 does this winter's work.
Ready for winter two of the OC&T's Locomotive Slumber on the storage track at Perry St. on a chilly Thanksgiving evening.
Two-thirds of the Oil Creek & Titusville's roster, S2 85 and M420W 3568, still lettered "NYLE" for the New York & Lake Erie, bask in the morning sun.