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» Western New York and Pennsylvania (WNYP) (more..)
» MLW M636 (more..)
» Western New York and Pennsylvania Railroad 
» Falconer, New York, USA (more..)
» May 02, 2020
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» WNYP 638 (more..)
» WNYP OL-3 (more..)
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After the ME-1 and OL-3 crews met in Falconer, New York and swapped trains, the OL-3 crew is back on the move with 128 coal hoppers in tow bound for storage in Salamanca. In order to cross over Cassadaga Creek, the line briefly switches to another right of way to utilizeĀ theĀ  trestle that was in better structural condition. While bridges were a part of the Erie Railroad, the one being used today was built by the Buffalo & South Western Railroad while the abandoned bridge was the Atlantic & Great Western Railroad.
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