Conrail 3192 leading the APL double stack train up Gulf Summit in September of 1986.
Susquehanna train NTV-9 is within view of the crest of the grade as it grinds through Gulf Summit, New York.
The crest of the grade on the Southern Tier line is evident in this view of eastbound Susquehanna train NTV-4 at Gulf Summit, New York. The sun has set on a short winter day, leaving this as the l... (more)
Westbound Conrail stack train TV-301 has crested the divide between the Delaware and Susquehanna River valleys and is now drifting toward Starucca Viaduct about a mile west of Gulf Summit. New Yor... (more)
Susquehanna train NTV-4 works upgrade as it approaches Gulf Summit, New York, on Conrail’s Southern Tier line. This is well before the NYS&W was ordered to operate the D&H, but Guilford power is w... (more)
"Toys at the Summit"
NYS&W CL-PX brings the Norfolk Southern/Bennett Levin/Webb Rail Toys for Tots train deadhead equipment over the crest of Gulf Summit on the former Erie Delaware Division.
Eastbound tonnage crests the grade at Gulf Summit, New York. The train, which was minutes before crossing Starrucca Viaduct, will now descend to deposit, New York, and then follow the Delaware Riv... (more)
Double-stack trains are an integral part of today’s railroad scene, but they were cutting edge in the mid-1980’s. Most west-coast and southeastern ports were served by rail lines that could accomm... (more)
Burlington Northern on the Southern Tier
Not quite, but it sometimes seemed that way after the Susquehanna acquired a bunch of ex-BN SD45’s and F45’s, and leased a bunch more. Here... (more)
A westbound Conrail train, most likely OIBU (Oak Island – Buffalo), nears the top of the grade at Gulf Summit, New York.
Westbound NYS&W Sea-Land stack train NTV-9 crests the grade at Gulf Summit, New York on a beautiful October day.
NYSW C430 #3002 leads an eastbound Sea Land stack train as it grinds upgrade toward the top of the hill at Gulf Summit
CSX power on NYS&W westbound freight
Westbound freight approaches summit of the grade at Gulf Summit; believe the first two units are front end helpers