NYSW Train UT-1 competes for space on Schuyler Street as it slowly heads south through Utica, NY.
One of eight surviving New York Central Railroad steam engines, #6721(B-11k 0-6-0, Alco Schenectady, 1913) sits just to the west of the Amtrak Station in Utica, New York on the night of March 15, ... (more)
Adirondack FL9 2007 is a former Metro North unit that was in the rather plain silver with blue stripe scheme. I believe this was the "test bed" for the current Adirondack Scenic livery. ... (more)
The Utica train station, formally known as Boehlert Transportation Center at Union Station, dates back to 1914, is a beautiful Beaux Arts New York Central gem. If you're in the area, it's worth a ... (more)
A westbound Empire Service train makes its station stop at Utica, which is the southern terminus of the Adirondack Scenic Railroad.
SD50 6727 and GP40-2 3292 head a westbound freight out of town.
This NYS&W plow train looks a little out of place on a snow-free Schuyler Street in Utica, NY, however the train will have plenty of snow to clear when it gets a little further south on the Utica ... (more)
NYS&W's UT-1 train switches the FX Matt Brewing Company in Utica, NY. This spur comes off the street-running portion of the Utica Branch on Schuyler Street.
With borrowed CSXT GP38-2 #2732 assisting NYSW GP40 #3040 (hidden behind the 2732), NYS&W's Utica, New York-based UT-1 train stops in the middle of Schuyler Street in Utica as the conductor lines ... (more)
ADIX 1508 sits in the yard at Utica, New York.
ADIX 1835 rests in the yard at Utica, New York.
The Utica station, even when not decorated with Christmas cheer, is an amazingly beautiful gem.
NYSW train UT-1 makes its way slowly up Schuyler St in Utica, NY
The former NYC station in Utica, NY has been serving passengers since 1914 and is a a beautiful building inside and out.