Norfolk Southern's H06 local is back on the NS Southern Tier as it returns to the yard in Gang Mills after interchanging with the Finger Lakes Railway in Geneva. To the left of the train, the brid... (more)
Norfolk Southern's H06 local is returning to Corning from Geneva after interchanging with the Finger Lakes Railway. The small yard here is filled with stored Railboxes and TTX well cars.
Norfolk Southern's H06 arrives in the city of Corning to enter the Gang Mills Yard with a train from the Finger Lakes Railway Geneva Yard.
Norfolk Southern's H06 departs Corning on Sunday morning Northbound for the Finger Lakes Railway Geneva Yard.
Norfolk Southern's HO6 arrives in Corning to end their Sunday after a trip to Finger Lakes Railway's Geneva Yard.
Locomotives: NS 3283, NS 3422 and NS 5095
Norfolk Southern's HO6 is returning to the Gang Mills Yard in the early evening after visiting the Finger Lakes Railway's Geneva Yard. Locomotives: NS 3483 and NS 4069
Norfolk Southern HO6 heads North after making a train on a pleasant Sunday morning. Their destination will be the very tip of the Seneca finger lake at the Finger Lakes Railway Geneva Yard. Loc... (more)
A Roger Puta photograph
After making the run from Buffalo, NY to Corning, NY 765 stops in Corning to take on water and allow the passengers to disembark and visit the Corning Museum Of Glass.
Nickel Plate Road #765 passes milepost 71 on the old NYC Fallbrook branch as it returns to the main line to be boarded with passengers back to Buffalo NY
After taking on coal and water 765 heads west out of the wye to pick up it's passengers and prepare for the return trip to Buffalo, NY
Setting in the former New York Central's Baker Street Yard, while this appears to be just another hopper train, it is not. This train will be the first to use the former Erie mainline between Hor... (more)
NS 525's conductor protects the back up move from UP 7255