A few patches of fog linger in the valley as Buffalo & Pittsburgh SIRI approaches the state line in Limestone, New York. Former QNSL SD40-2 WCOR 309 is in the lead of of the day's train.
Wellsboro & Corning SD40-2 309 leads Buffalo & Pittsburgh SIRI as it heads south along Route 219 in Limestone, New York and crosses over a small stream.
With an SD50 on the point, a quartet of EMD SD's leads an extra stone train south on the Buffalo & Pittsburgh. The train is about to cross the NY-PA stateline with 34 stone loads in tow.
The daily freight from Salamanca, NY to Punxsutawney, PA is just about to cross the state line as it splits what's left of the B&O signals that used to guard the line.
BPRR 452 and 3 other units lead the SIRI south through the tree gap coming up to State Line and crossing into Pennsylvania.
A former SP SD45, now owned by B&P, leads the M-F southbound train out of Salamanca through Limestone.
The Salamanca to Riker Yard freight rolls south pass these retired ex-B&O CPL signals at Limestone. This is an old B&O mainline, and lots of the signals have been turned and removed from service o... (more)
The daily BPRR freight splits a pair of decommisioned signals which leave little doubt as to the heritage of this line. The B&P 451 is dead due to a blown crankshaft just north of town... to quot... (more)
The southbound B&P freight was crossing the state line from New York into Pennsylvania