The New York & Lake Erie's Santa Train emerges from the icicle lined tunnel known as the Dayton Arches behind a pair of MLW FPA-2's. The tunnel was built to allow the Erie Railroad's Allegheny Div... (more)
A different take on the Dayton Arches. The New York & Lake Erie RR Train Rides operated an excursion to South Dayton on the afternoon of Saturday, October 12, 2019. Seeking a shot other than the u... (more)
NY&LE FPA2 6758 leads an excursion south into Dayton.
Battling the steep grades of the former Erie, the only operating FPA's east of Ohio dig in and prepare to duck under the former grade of the original Erie main line.
Approaching the short tunnel at Dayton, the pride of the NY&LE heads north to Gowanda with a chartered train. This tunnel was constructed in 1865 by the Buffalo & Southwestern Railroad to cross un... (more)