CLX an the final stretch to Binghamton.
One of the more unusual Susquehanna lash ups occurred when two Northern Division trains combined at Chenango Forks, New York. A southbound train on the Jamesville line, led by a former Adirondack ... (more)
Susquehanna C430 3002 lays down a smoky trail at Chenango Forks, New York. The Susquehanna hosted many excursions all over the system during this time period, and one car from its fleet is being m... (more)
Susquehanna’s Northern Division local continues on the Syracuse Branch at Chenango Forks, New York. The track in the foreground is the Utica Branch. The concrete bases indicate that signaling on... (more)
Susquehanna C420 2002 takes a car bound for the Agway in Whitney Point, New York north on the former Lackawanna Syracuse Branch. In the background is the Utica Branch, which diverged from the Syra... (more)
In the early days of the Susquehanna Northern Division, an ex-Virginia & Maryland C420 leads a northbound train through Chenango Forks, New York.
The Amtrak equipment move from Albany-Rensselaer to Scranton via Syracuse and the NYSW rolls along the Chenango River a few miles north of Binghamton on former DL&W rails. This location is just no... (more)
NYS&W CL-1 is actually CSX "overhead" train Q-271 being forwarded from Little Ferry, NJ to Syracuse, NY. The consist includes WC & NYS&W SD45s and an IC SD40-2.
Some of the UT-1's power is seen sitting on the Utica Main just south of CP FORKS. The FP sign is a NORAC abbreviation (Rule 104.e) which means "Fouling Point"
Part on the UT-1's power is seen sitting on the Utica Main south of CP FORKS. The covered hopper in the background was one of about 5 that NYSW GP38 2012 was shoving towards me.
Four "Susie-Q" B40s power a southbound heading for Binghamton.