Perhaps the best-maintained Alco RS1 in existance, LAL #20 switches the Lakeville yard.
A close-up of this veteran ALCO, soon to be restored back to its former glory.
Although long gone by 2007, the GB&W logo, although worn from years of use, still proudly adorns this C424.
A trio of old GBW C424's sit outside of the Lakeville shops. These units have seen better days, but soon enough, they should be running in all their former glory once rebuilt/restored by the LA&L.
Brand new wheelsets sit outside the LA&L shops.
A worn-out MOW hopper sits amongst the scenery at Lakeville Yard with plenty of the railroad's top commodity in the background: corn syrup.
Extensive rebuild of former Susquehanna C430 is underway. Seen here at Livonia Avon & Lakeville shop.
Waiting for a crew in the morning sun.
ALCO pair start their workday. LAL 420 was once LIRR 200.
Another of LAL's ALCOs is off to work.
Just out of the barn, LAL RS 1 gets prepped for the work day.
Alcos Idle at Lakeville Yard
Former Susquehanna Alco C430 3000 patiently waits for her return to service as WNYP #430.
A broadside view of Livonia Avon & Lakeville's ex-GBW C424 320. The 320 sits at the head of a line of locomotives beside the railroad's main shops.