Vermont Railway GP18 #801 switches salt cars on the New York & Ogdensburg Railway.
The Ogdensburg and Norwood's only engine switches the Penn Central interchange at Norwood, NY. Until going out of business in 1963 the Rutland Railway terminated at Ogdensburg, NY on the St. Lawr... (more)
When the Incentive Per Diem bubble burst in the very early 1980’s, thousands of box cars that had never visited their home rails found a semi-permanent home there. Here Norwood & Saint Lawrence GE... (more)
While the Conrail local waits nearby, the Norwood & St. Lawrence crew works near the interchange.
In the late 1970’s, the National Railway Utilization Corporation was the parent of the Pickens, the Norwood & St. Lawrence, and possibly other roads that don’t come to mind. The blue boxcars embla... (more)
Vermont Rail System's New York & Ogdensburg crew switches the CSXT interchange in Norwood, New York with veteran Vermont Railway GP18 #801. The crew is retrieving boxcars for the paper mill in No... (more)
On a cold and snowy day, a New York & Ogdensburg Railway crew works the CSX interchange before heading to the Port of Ogdensburg.
NYOG 14 takes a cut of 180' windmill blades to the Port of Ogdensburg after CSX K24822 delivered them a couple hours prior. CLP 802 and crew waits on the sidelines, along with a couple CSX crew me... (more)
VTR 801 has spent the past two years working on the New York & Ogdensburg Railway.
A New York & Ogdensburg Railway crew backs a cut of cars to Norfolk, VTR 801 has been on the property for over a year now.
CSX Q62010 backs their Norwood pickup to the rest of their train while a New York & Ogdensburg Railway crew backs their train up the branch to Norfolk.
Southbound manifest Q620 approaches Norwood where they will pick up 17 cars for De Witt Yard in Syracuse.
Q620 heads south with a solid train for Selkirk in tow.
CSX B78515 gets to work in Norwood where they will be making a drop on the New York & Ogdensburg interchange.
Q620 crawls south towards Norwood where she will meet Q621