The New York & Lake Erie Railroad Museum puts away the power on Saturday afternoon.
The NY&LE fall foliage excursion heads for South Dayton on a cold, wet October day. I am standing on the former Erie Railroad above the tunnel, various ties are still in place and covered in gree... (more)
Canadian Pacific MLW FPA-2 (4082-4083) and (4094-4098) built 1953.
A pair of New York & Lake Erie FPA-2's make their runaround move at South Dayton as a brief opening in the clouds provides some sun. The railroad's Santa Train ends its southbound run here and the... (more)
The New York & Lake Erie's Santa Train emerges from the icicle lined tunnel known as the Dayton Arches behind a pair of MLW FPA-2's. The tunnel was built to allow the Erie Railroad's Allegheny Div... (more)
Two MLW cab units and a GP-9 race an eastbound passenger train through suburban Montreal ahead of the gathering storm. No more train orders will be issued by the operator as the blades of the upp... (more)
A "family picture". The New York & Lake Erie operated a passenger Fall Foliage excursion on Saturday, October 12, 2019. As their MLW FPAs make the run around the train, all four tracks are occupie... (more)
A different take on the Dayton Arches. The New York & Lake Erie RR Train Rides operated an excursion to South Dayton on the afternoon of Saturday, October 12, 2019. Seeking a shot other tha... (more)
The late afternoon train from Montreal to Ottawa heads into the setting sun after making its station stop at Westmount, which is two miles west of Windsor Station. The D&H coach in the background... (more)
New York & Lake Erie's Willow Creek Winery Tasting Tour ends and the crew prepares to put the power away.
New York & Lake Erie's Willow Creek Winery Tasting Tour prepares for the return trip to Gowanda on a beautiful, fall afternoon.
An FPA-2 and RS-10 lead a westbound freight from St. Luc to Smith Falls.
An FPA-2 leads an unusual lashup on a westbound freight from St. Luc to Smith Falls. It was rare to see GP-9's and F7B's on freights in Montreal, which was the MLW/Alco capital on the CPR.
CPR rostered 20 FA-2's and 7 FPA-2's. A number were traded in on C424's in the mid-1960's but some ran for another ten years, the last one being removed from service on November 8, 1975. They di... (more)