NYS&W SU-99 splits Hamburg Turnpike near Excelsior Mills Lumber with a quartet of leased SD60s leading the way on a hot summer day.
Uphill Battle in Downtown Butler
The Susquehanna’s only active SD45 leads an unusual daylight Sparta turn west through Butler in stellar evening light. The veteran EMDs are not... (more)
Maintenance Stop at Butler
The engineer for WS-2X eases his train to a stop to allow the MoW crew off at their home terminal in Butler. Shortly after dropping the MoW crew the ... (more)
Emerging From the Shadows
The SU-100 coasts downhill through Butler with an uncommon SD40-2 leading the way. Anything that isn't an SD60 is typically assigned to local duty on ... (more)
Heavy Horsepower on a Pint-Sized Local
The Sparta local is running East past the predominantly empty Butler Yard. The crew will stop in just a few miles at Pompton Junction to ... (more)
Early at Butler
A fast moving early then usual NYSW SU-99 with engine 3806 as the lead power heads west through the Morris county town of Butler during the start of a summer... (more)
"Daylight 100 At Butler Yard"
The evening's SU-99 to Binghamton, NY works it's way uphill out of Butler.
"Plowing up Blizzard Jonas"
A NYS&W local train splits the town of Butler in two, as seen from above.
Running Up Main Street
The busy town of Butler is briefly brought to a halt as an NYSW local rumbles through the center of town. The train has two leased NS units for power, th... (more)
Weekend Stay at the Station
Hurricane Sandy crippled many railroads throughout the Garden State, the NYS&W being one of them. The day before Hurricane Sandy an FRA inspection t... (more)
Super Elevated Sixties
A quintet of NYS&W EMD's (4 SD60's and 1 SD40-2) lead a rare daylight SU-100 through the railroads MoW facility in Butler, NJ. Earlier this week the rail... (more)
SU-99 crosses Hamburg Turnpike in Butler through and older lights-only crossing.
NYS&W train SU-99 rolls through the center of Butler, which briefly gets disrupted three times a week when the NYS&W train rolls through.