The LA&L works at Lakeville in freshly fallen snow. Snow has been difficult to find this Winter along the LA&L.
A small "sucker hole" opens in the clouds, and allows the sun to shine briefly, as the LA&L freight starts pulling out of Lakeville.
Former Florida Seminole Gulf heads the transfer job out of Lsakeville.
My sister Hannah gets her shot of WNYP 428 getting ready to leave Lakeville.
425 gets a trip into the shops for some work after it broke down on 7/22/2011.
WNYP 428 makes it's first run on the LA&L road train. The power is leaving the shops and heading down to the train.
418 gets in the clear so that 420 & 425 can head down to get the outbound train.
Engineer Tim Carney stretches and catches some sun after bringing in the LA&L road train.
The LA&L caboose rarely is seen outside as it is stored in the old shops. On 5/23 the railroad had it parked outside the shops, along with engine 72, for a group of children on a school field trip... (more)
High winds blew a tree across the LA&L tracks on 6/1/2011 and the Southbound train that day was held for the night at Avon. The tree was removed on the morning of 6/2, and the train made an unusua... (more)
The morning train departs Lakeville in fresh snow. The train will back into the spur and pick up the 10 cars of corn that are visible above the train.
A work extra with engine 72 holds on the old main as the LA&L freight heads into Lakeville.
The LA&L road power idles outside the shops before departure. The "pink" units stored along the shops are ex GB&W engines.
As seen from the parking lot at the LA&L shops, 418 switches at the Ag Co-op on Bronson Hill Road.
LA&L #20 is the hardest unit in the LA&L Alco fleet to catch. It currently is stored, needing wheel work. Here it switches the Lakeville yard back in 2002.