A trio of WNYP Alco's head back towards Olean after running a Driftwood Turn, smoking it up as they pass through the floodwall along the Allegheny River in Eldred, Pennsylvania. While this is sect... (more)
After dropping stone cars at Hawbaker in Turtlepoint, the trio of WNYP six axle ALCos on the Driftwood Turn haul a single gondola filled with railroad ties as they pass through the floodwall in El... (more)
After dropping their stone cars at the Hawbaker facility in Turtlepoint, PA, a trio of six axle MLW locomotives pass under the PRR era Position Light signal bridge at North Eldred.
WNY&P 6002 and 2 Alco's are on a Turtlepoint turn taking fuel at the south end of Eldred Siding. I hear that this routine as fuel taxes in PA are less than fueling at the yard and shop in Olean, N... (more)
WNY&P 6002 and 2 Alco's trailing with a short train are crossing Railroad Street in Eldred as they head towards the sand plant at Turtlepoint, PA.
Running light power from Olean to Turtlepoint, the WNYP's OL-2 crew brings a trio of MLW's south through Eldred for the Driftwood Turn, passing by old codeline poles along the right of way.
A trio of WNYP MLW's pass through the floodwall in Eldred, Pennsylvania with a single tie gon in tow. Normally this is a light power move to Olean after dropping stone cars in Turtlepoint.
A trio of WNYP's six axle MLW's make a light power move towards Turtle Point to pick up empty stone cars for Driftwood. The MLW's start to smoke it up as they pass under a former PRR signal bridge... (more)
WNYP 630 leads a Port Allegany bound train by the dead PRR era CPLs at North Eldred, Pennsylvania during a heavy downpour on August 7, 2019.
Western New York & Pennsylvania M636 637 leads an empty Machias bound hopper train a couple miles north of Eldred, Pennsylvania on August 6, 2019.
Western New York & Pennsylvania M630 Nº630 is southbound at Eldred, Pennsylvania on August 6, 2019.
A Western New York and Pennsylvania Railroad (WNYP) Sand Train is seen here stopped at Eldred, PA, getting fuel before heading on south to Port Allegany on a misty morning
A Western New York and Pennsylvania Railroad (WNYP) Sand Train heads south as they pass through Eldred, PA, on their way to Port Allegany on a misty morning
The Farmers Valley Local is about to encounter a slow order at Eldred, giving its pursuers ample time to get ahead.
With the last rays of sun for the day shining through, a pair of WNYP Alco's lead OL-3 through CP South Eldred as they head towards Farmers Valley. Locomotives:WNYP 432 C430 WNYP 4... (more)