NYSW CL-1 works a feed mill before continuing south with the road train.
New York, Susquehanna & Western SD60 No. 3808 leading a southbound train at Tully, New York on December 15, 2019.
Lake effect snow still lingers over Central New York as BHX with the southbound SU100 approaches Grove Street in Tully creating a ground blizzard behind them.
The BH-1 rolls around the curve at Babcock Road in Tully, NY while the last bit of fall color hangs on. The crew will outlaw just about one mile south of here where they will tie their train down ... (more)
One of the final shots of our chase of the BH-1 brought us to Babcock Road in Tully, NY. The crew eases the train around the curve and will tie down for the night just over a half mile from here.... (more)
The crew of the CL-1 has just dropped off several hoppers at Agway and is seen on the reverse move to retrieve the rest of their train which is tied down just east of Grove Street. This "snoot" no... (more)
The crew of the CL-1 has just tied back onto their train after spotting grain cars at Agway seen in the background. Their next stop will be in Cortland, NY where they will drop of the 3018 at the ... (more)
A swarm of "yellow jackets" roll north through Tully, NY on a fine fall morning. The four SD60s will later be dropped off at Armory Square in Syracuse, NY where they will stay for a couple of days... (more)
After dropping 9 cars in Tully, BH1 departs for Syracuse with 63 cars lead by 3 freshly rebuilt ex Oakway SD60's, numbered 3810-3800-3808. BH1 was running about 4 hours late.
NYS&W BH-2 heads north through the farm fields with the currently sidelined 3636 leading.
Engineer Jim Farrell opens up the throttle as he curves into Tully on a magnificent May afternoon. For prints, email firstname.lastname@example.org