Conrail OIBU crosses the Ramapo River in Hillburn at the extreme east end of the Southern Tier Line. The second unit in the consist is CSXT 6040, an ex-B&O GP40-2 which was still wearing Chessie ... (more)
In 1989, New York Susquehanna & Western was in control of the Delaware & Hudson Railroad and was moving intermodal trains between Binghamton and Buffalo, NY over trackage rights on Conrail's South... (more)
New York Susquehanna & Western was firmly in control of he Delaware & Hudson as intermodal train 259 westbound with B40-8 4008 is using trackage rights on the Conrail Southern Tier Line at Attica,... (more)
Empty grain train 391 is rolling thru a wide spot in the Chemung River valley just east of Corning NY near Big Flats at approx. 1:20 PM. View is from Rt 352 near Hickling coal fired power plant. T... (more)
Passing CP-Coles, the 765 enters #2 track for the run to CP-BD. Tonight the train will tie up on the old east siding at CP-BD.
Six four-axle engines lead the first run of TV-304 eastbound up the famed Erie Gulf Summit grade approaching Germantown Road crossing.
Enroute back home, the #765 passes under the abandonded huge main line coaling tipple at Oakland, Pa.
B&O GP40-2 #4245 (today CSXT 6144), B&O 4129 (today CSXT 6029), and Seaboard System SD40-2 #8165 (today CSXT 8165) lead NYS&W train NY-10 eastbound at Deposit, NY.
After leaving its train at MP 180 and running lite to Susquehanna for water and on into Binghamton for coal, the 765 returned lite to retrieve her train. Here, showing what Lima Super Power steam... (more)
On her return ferry move home from the 1988 NRHS Convention, the 765 kicks up the dust along the former Erie mainline as she splits the double semaphores at MP 242.
Two C30-7A's and a GP40 have almost made the top of the grade at Gulf Summit, NY
Dashing through the fresh fallen snow at Main Street Kirkwood. Note the second engine is a CP RS18u.
On a spectacular clear winter day. a C430-C420-GP18 trio cross the Delaware River at Mill Rift. The rear of the train can be seen in the trees up river.
Leaving Town Eastbound