A southbound Empire Service train hugs the Hudson River shoreline as it passes through Garrison, NY.
Keepin’ it clean. Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad 6002 (AC4460CW) has not been on the property very long, but all engines need frequent maintenance. On the morning of Friday, October 10, ... (more)
On October 5th, 2019, the Rochester and Genesee Valley Railroad Museum, with cooperation from the Livonia Avon and Lakeville railroad, ran excursion trains from Lakeville to Industry using the mus... (more)
NS Train 23K heads south through East Worcester, NY amidst some Fall color on the former D&H.
The resident GG1s of Cooperstown Junction continue to sit, hidden away in the woods of upstate New York.
Adirondack Scenic Railroad's MLW RS-18 1845 departs Thendara station for the return trip to Utica with a train full of leaf peepers enjoying the peak foliage in the southern Adirondacks.
On a beautiful autumn day as the leaves are just beginning to show bright colors, Amtrak train 64 (Maple Leaf) heads east/south over the Erie Canal in Tonowanda, NY on Sunday, October 13, 2019.
Canadian Pacific manifest train 255 with GEs 9371 (ES44AC) and 8002 (AC44CWM) threads through the space between Buffalo Central Terminal and the former platforms, on Sunday, October 13, 2019.
LA&L Alco C430 number 433 is in the lead of the southbound portion of a Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum excursion train as it approaches Papermill Road south of Avon, New York.
On the morning of October 13th, 2019, NS train H06 the Corning-Geneva turn, comes into view on route 14 just South of Watkins Glen.
On a crisp and clear October day, Norfolk Southern train H06, the Corning-Geneva NY turn, passes through the truss bridge in Himrod NY.
A classy landmark. As Amtrak Train 63 (Maple Leaf, 707 P32AC-DM, Phase III) passes Buffalo Central Terminal on the afternoon of Sunday, October 13, 2019, its passengers will make their next statio... (more)
Nice to see her again. Taken with the hospitality of LAL.
GE heads up a line of four ex BNSF/LTEX Geep 38s. A lot doing at AMP.