A new coupler for this fine looking Alco, the third stop on my EMPIRE ALCO TOUR 2010. New York state has the largest number of running ALCOs in the United States. By Summer's end, I hope to chro... (more)
The LA&L train is preparing to depart Lakeville.
425 & B&H 422 are Northbound with a 12 car train.
Engine 72 has the new 45th Anniversary herald applied to the fuel tank.
The Northbound freight has 425 - 420 in charge. The 425 & 420 wear new heralds on their flanks commemorating the LA&L's 45th Anniversary.
72 shuffles power around at the shops.
The Seminole Gulf 550 is being rehabed for the WNYP.
550 eventually will be renumbered 428.
418 - 420 - 425 lead the Northbound train out of the fog and past the Lakeville Yard on a frosty cold morning.
418 & 425 pump up the air in their train as they prepare to depart Lakeville.
420 & 425 lead the morning Northbound train, as they pass the yard leads on the way out of Lakeville. The fog had finally burned off enough for the sun to shine thru.
LA&L 418 smokes it up as it leads the LA&L freight out of Lakeville.
LAL 425 - 420 - B&H 422 do what Alco's are loved for, smoking it up, as they pull the grade out of Lakeville just after dawn.
LAL 418 - 420 - 425 lift a train up the short grade and out of Lakeville on a foggy and frosty morning.
LA&L #425 leads the road train South to Lakeville Yard after finishing their work in Avon.
Ontario Central 418 basking in the early evening sun outside the Livonia Avon & Lakeville shops
While it looks like the Susy-Q shops, these Alcos belong to the Livonia Avon & Lakeville.