Unusually colorful. An early departure of New York, Susquehanna, & Western Railway's SU99 brought it to Port Jervis, New York at dusk on the evening of Sunday, September 6, 2020 with NYS 3012 (SD33ECO, Operation Lifesaver, neé-SP 8242 EMD SD40T-2, 1980) leading. While most commuter railyards are somewhat uniform and banal with modern uninteresting power, Port Jervis, New York is anything but common. The scene was set with NJTR 4109 (GP40PH-2, CNJ Heritage, neé-CNJ 3677, EMDGP40P, 1968) parked in the Metro-North Port Jervis Yard awaiting its next assignment. In the background, New York & Greenwood Lake 833 (neé Erie Railroad, EMD E8, 1951) and 935 (neé-DH 4085, Alco RS-3, 1952) are also parked, but have been for many years.
A continuously growing album of photos that IMHO reveal the awesome and seldom-seen beauty of the railroad world from the dimming of day to dawn's early light! From dusk to dawn, trains roll on! (I'm still finding gems of sunset-to-sunrise surprises!)