Pan Am EB train RJED (Rotterdam Junction to East Deerfield) rolls by a classic Boston & Maine stone milepost. The MEC 7635 is about one month out of the paint shop. This was the first visit of a G... (more)
Two former Southern Pacific rebuilds make the final leg of their journey to Rotterdam Junction on a fine spring afternoon.
A ragged quartet of war wagon EMDs straight out of the 1970's era clatter over Sacandaga Road on a cold and clear Saturday afternoon bound for Rotterdam Yard with a short train.
Surplus: Rust streaks adorn the flank of Amtrak 2131, one of power cars on the only RTL-II Turboliner set in existence, which for years has been slowly crumbling behind the former Super St... (more)
Turbopower no more. Once the pride of Amtrak's Empire Service fleet, the lone RTL-II Turboliner set is now slowly crumbling away behind the former Super Steel Schenectady plant. Thi... (more)
Why did the crew decide to open the nose door? Must have been some real air conditioning on this cold day. Train is heading over the B&M to Mechanicsville Yard.
Canadian Pacific engine 8619 leads this consist across the Mohawk River between Schenectady and Scotia New York.
Brand new Union Pacific RP20BD's 2610, 2613 and 2615 are shown in front of Super Steel in Scotia, NY. Super Steel's Trackmobile is seen to the left pulling the 2610 through the wash rack.
Brand new UPY 2637 sitting in front of Super Steel in the fresh snow.
Soon after CP took over the D&H their MLWs found their way south of the border. Here a nice 3 pack has just left Mohawk yard and is crossing the frozen Mohawk river into Schenectady. For the reco... (more)
On the way to Texas to help keep the air cleaner.
UPY 2637 is just out of the factory at Super Steel and freshly painted.
Fresh from the factory.