RailPictures.Net Photo: NYSW 3638 New York, Susquehanna & Western (NYS&W) EMD SD45 at Linden, New York by Kevin Burkholder
 
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New York, Susquehanna & Western (NYS&W) (more..)
EMD SD45 (more..)
Conrail Southern Tier Line (more..)
Linden, New York, USA (more..)
February 06, 1989
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
NYSW 3638 (more..)
NYSW 252 and 259 (more..)
Kevin Burkholder (more..)
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In 1989, New York Susquehanna & Western was in control of the Delaware & Hudson Railroad and was moving intermodal trains between Binghamton and Buffalo, NY over trackage rights on Conrail's Southern Tier. Trains 252 and 259 are meeting at Linden, NY with SD45 3638 on the eastbound 252 and a friendly crew wave from the 4008 leading westbound 259. Scanned from my K25 slide.
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