A local crew assembles the evening westbound road train. The structures in the background are the former Federal Paper Board Co. Bogota once hosted several paper-making companies although none r... (more)
3636 is one of only a handful of F45s still in operation today and the only one operating in the eastern US. Leading SU-99 west is just a routine assignment for a classic locomotive.
An equipment extra led by a GP35 (ex-CR/RDG 3637) slowly heads south through the Hudson Valley toward Croton-Harmon.
A mix of CEFX, CSX and NYS&W units lead this evening westbound past the restored Maywood station.
SU-99 crosses the Lackawaxen River
The conductor skillfully talks NYSW 3636 backs against a cut of cars for tonight's SU-99 bound for Binghamton.
A westbound road train crosses Maywood Ave. and passes the restored Maywood Station, now a museum. See http://www.maywoodstation.com/ for more information.
With a new crew aboard, the westbound road train is about to depart Maywood after the power is inspected. The train was brought to Maywood by a local crew earlier, freeing up space in the small y... (more)
On what is reported to be its first trip east to New Jersey since being rebuilt and repainted, former high-hood N&W SD40 1605 now has a low short hood and is NYS&W SD40-2 3022.
The evening westbound road train is being assembled while the headlight of a local working inthe yard can be seen in the distance.
Westbound NYS&W road freight SU-99 blasts through a pile of snow left by the plows clearing Mathews Ave. The LLPX SD38-2s time on the NYS&W was short-lived. The lead unit on this train was lease... (more)
A local crew assembles the westbound road train on the "MC tracks." The interesting all-NYS&W consist includes an SD45, SD40T-2, and three M636s.
The road train is assembled on the "MC Tracks" and waits for a crew to take it west toward Binghamton.
Four six-axle MLW/ALCOs head west under threatening skies. Included in the consist are 3 M636s NYSW 3670, SIXX 41, RRPX 78 (C-636), SIXX 47 and NYSW 1802 (GP18 dead-in-tow).