A pair of former Reading GP39-2s sit on the engine service tracks at the northern end of the D&H at Rouses Point, NY.
Delaware & Hudson GP39-2 386 (former Reading 3417) switches at Rouses Point, New York, just south of the Canadian border.
Phase I, I think. This was the about the only run we had all day.
This is a great old classic. Maybe a decapitated (decupolatated?) road crummy.
As the sun peeks out, Amtrak Adirondack eases to stop at the Rouses Point station
Following the crew change D&H 250 departs Rouses Point while the consist is being scanned by the VACIS system
D&H 250 idles underneath an old decommissioned signal bridge awaiting the light indication before departure
A late running Amtrak 68 departs Rouses Point N.Y. Cold artic air & strong winds created blizzard-like conditions north of the border.
Interchange with Canadian Pacfic
The Adirondack at Plattslberg. To follow the Alco PA trail click here.
Doing what Alco's were famous for
Canadian Pacifics chirstmas train heading south to steamtown.
When two RS3's returned from long term lease on the Providenvce & Worcester, the D&H just applied shields and left them in the 'popsicle' scheme.
Few engines look as good from the rear or the front as the Alco RS3. The D&H scheme looked great on these Alcos.