"Sparta Mountain Assault"
New York Susquehanna and Western road train SU-99 is mid way in its assault of Sparta Mountain as it heads west from Little Ferry, New Jersey towards... (more)
Operation Toy Train passes Charlotteburg Reservoir on Saturday, November 30, 2019
NYS&W SU-99 hauls their train up Sparta Mountain through Newfoundland just west of the former train station and Green Pond Road crossing.
A late running SU100 passes the Newfoundland station with a solid set of NYS&W motors.
Anyone see ‘The Station Agent’? The NYS&W station at Newfoundland, NJ was constructed in 1872 and closed in 1944, although passenger service did not cease until 1966. But notoriety was brought to ... (more)
Long Hood Lead Forward
After making a hefty pick up in Sparta, WS-X is seen returning Eastbound through Newfoundland passing the historic Newfoundland Station.
New Engine on the Temporary Roster
An exceptionally late SU-100 cruises past the Newfoundland Station with a mixed power set which has become the norm on the Susquehanna. Front... (more)
About 24 hours after leading local WS-5 over Sparta Mountain, NYS&W SD45-2 #3618 leads road train SU-99 up the hill at Newfoundland. Due to a bridge outage in Syracuse, NY, the train is carrying S... (more)
"Snoot Nose at Newfoundland"
Long Hood Forward Local
Running at restricted speed an NYS&W local passes the historic Newfoundland Station with two long hood forward EMDs. The crew had to run a light engine ... (more)
The Twin ECOs
The matched set of NYS&W ECO units lead an incredibly unusual daylight local Eastbound from Sparta with a lengthy consist of empty cars having dropped loaded cars... (more)
New York Susquehanna & Western 3800 leads the Toys for Tots train through Newfoundland.
Delayed Road Freight in a Downpour
As a result of the road crew outlawing a few miles West of the iconic Newfoundland Station the SU-100 operated through the area in daylight a... (more)
This nicely restored Dunmore built caboose is posed next to the former NYS&W Newfoundland station. The caboose was constructed in 1946. This class of caboose replaced the Erie's fleet of wood cabo... (more)