In the heart of the ALCO crescent, this Century sits.
Livonia, Avon and Lakeville 425 and 420 sits outside the Lakeville Yard engine house at the end of a summer day in Upstate New York.
The future WNYP 430.
The LA&L road train power does some work at Sweeteners Plus before heading out with the morning freight.
Livonia Avon & Lakeville’s C425 works the sidings serving the A. R. Gilmore feed mill in Lakeville, New York. While researching this caption, I was surprised find that there is a Railroad: Livonia, Avon & LakevilleLocomotive: Alco C425Location: Lakeville, New York, USALocomotive #: LAL 425Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: May 10, 1983
Almost frozen in time, this scene has changed very little in the thirty-two year plus interval since this photo was taken. The farm silo seems to be gone in recent photos, and a new water tower ha... (more)
The 50th anniversary celebration for the Livonia, Avon & Lakeville wraps up with a night photo session at the Lakeville shop featuring three generations of LAL power. C425 No. 425 has just finishe... (more)
The Spring snowstorm on April 23, 2012 turned out to be the biggest snow event of the Winter of 2012. LA&L 428 & 425 prepare to depart Lakeville in falling snow. This was the last time I photograp... (more)
One of three stored former Green Bay & Western C424s by the Livonia Avon & Lakeville.
The LA&L road train shoves 10 empty flour cars past Sweeteners Plus. These cars will be used to build the road train, which can be seen on the 2 tracks to the left in the distance. The train depar... (more)
The dead line at the LA&L shops include 3 faded pink ex GB&W units.
The LA&L leaves Lakeville in freshly fallen snow. Snow has been difficult to find this Winter along the LA&L.
The LA&L works at Lakeville in freshly fallen snow. Snow has been difficult to find this Winter along the LA&L.
A small "sucker hole" opens in the clouds, and allows the sun to shine briefly, as the LA&L freight starts pulling out of Lakeville.
Former Florida Seminole Gulf heads the transfer job out of Lsakeville.