NYSW C430 #3002 is seen inside the LA&L's Lakeville shop in the midst of some repairs.
I couldn't pass up this shot of the fuel pump covers on LA&L's former Seminole Gulf C425.
A view of the GBW logo on the side of a C424 from the cab of the Seminole Gulf C425.
The light glints off of LA&L RS-1 #20 as it sits buried in the shops.
LA&L 420 sits in Lakeville with LA&L's business car, the Traveller, in tow.
A close-up of the builder plate of LA&L 20. This unit started life as Lake Erie Franklin & Clarion (LEF&C) 20, before being acquired by the LA&L in 1972.
A close-up of LA&L 420's cab, including the builder's plate and the name Chester A. Haak. Chester A. Haak was a man who led a community campaign to purchase a soon-to-be-abandoned Erie-Lackawanna ... (more)
A view inside the cab of WNYP 550, a former Seminole Gulf (initially SP&S) unit. The unit is running, but it awaiting paint and a few other minor things before it makes the trip South to WNY&P rai... (more)
LA&L's oldest unit on the roster, S2 number 72, idles away in Lakeville Yard for the moment.
A close-up of the rear of the long hood on this ex-LIRR C420.
LAL 418, (until recently ONCT 418) a very rare Alco RS36, sits in the Lakeville, NY yard on a beautiful summer evening. This engine is probably going to become the new WNYP Olean switcher.
Ontario Central Alco RS-36 rests in front of the LA&L Shops. The LA&L stables a well maintained fleet of older Alcos. Inside former Seminole Gulf C-425, and outside along the building are three ... (more)
Recently arrived former Seminole Gulf #550 shares shop floor space with venerable Alco S2 #72 and a host of other well maintained Alcos inside the Lakeville shops
Well maintained Alco C425 #425 rests in the shade of the Lakeville maintenance shops on a hot summer day.
That long low nose can only mean vintage Alco power. Ontario Central Railroad RS-36 #418 sits outside parent LA&L Lakeville maintenance shops.