The Conrail Rome local getting ready to pick up the NYSW 3006 to take it back to Utica. Photo taken from the ( somewhat shaky ) roof of Rome Locomotive Works. The N&W caboose on the right belonged... (more)
D&H 454 awaits repair work for the D&H trustee in late 1991. The Rome Locomotive Works switching engine 4088 can also be seen, coupled to the O. Winston Link caboose.
2456 leads a short cut of loaded olive oil tank cars west through the Griffiss Business Park on a beautiful April day. This used to be the Griffiss Air Force Base and still is home to some USAF op... (more)
Mohawk Adirondack & Northern (MHWA) M420 No. 2042 heads eastbound through the City of Rome with a single steel coil car in tow after switching out Worthington Industries in the Downtown area. Seen... (more)
Empty autoracks head West (Ridgefield NJ - Detroit MI) on a gorgeous cool spring day in Central Upstate New York. Taken from Hoag Rd where the bridge was removed over the tracks years ago.
This former US Air Force switcher is still working on a former US Air Force base.
The odd one in. Most of the Genesee Valley Transportation roster is dominated with Alco products. But former US Air Force 80-tonner 1670 is assigned to the Mohawk, Adirondack, and Northern. It ser... (more)
Union Pacific Office Car Special passes the platform of the temporarily closed Rome Amtrak Train Station (former New York Central RR) in the morning sunshine at lightning speed. Locomotives: UP ... (more)
The 1914 New York Central station not only still stands, it still serves rail passengers. Rome is the home town of former CEO Joe Boardman, who would sometimes frequent the station to go home for ... (more)
Mohawk, Adirondack & Northern Alco C425 #805 leads its short train across the appropriately-named Railroad Street bridge in Rome, New York after switching Rome Strip Steel. The street and the tra... (more)
CSX GE ES44AC-H #3038 eastbound at Reber Road in Rome, New York on September 6, 2015.
CSX 242 eastbound on the Mohawk Sub at Reber Road in Rome, New York.
MHWA Alco C425 #805 switches a customer in Rome, NY on a nice summer day.
MHWA Alco C425 #805 is about to come across the appropriately-named Railroad Street bridge in Rome, NY after switching Rome Strip Steel. The street and the tracks run alongside each other through... (more)
These 3 FL9s were donated to the Adirondack Scenic RR. I'm not sure what became of them.