NYSW's Syracuse Turn returns to the Binghamton, NY area as a lite-power move crossing the scenic Chenango River.
Susquehanna SD40-T 3012 and 3016 and SD45 3618 crossing the Hackensack River. The submarine USS Ling, now a museum, can be seen in the background just ahead of the first unit.
NYSW SD40T-2 3016 and CSX SD40-2 about to cross the Hackensack River Bridge.
NYS&W SD40-2 3018 leading two SD40T-2s and a Norfolk Southern GP38-2 across the Hackensack River Bridge into Bogota, NJ.
An NYSW train is tied down at BD as fireworks from a AA baseball game between the Binghamton Mets and New Hampshire Fisher Cats light up the sky to the west.
Power from the inbound NYS&W SU-100 runs light to the engine service track. In the distance, the tail end of a CSX train passes through CP5 interlocking on the River Subdivision.
A southbound CSX intermodal train on the River Subdivision passes the NYS&W WS-1 local crew as they yard the inbound SU-100.
Today's eastbound road train was led by a former Santa Fe GP20 (ex-ATSF 3040/3140/1140). Also in the consist are NYS&W M636s 3664 & 3670 and B23-7 2300.
Road power off SU-100 heads to the fuel track light after dropping its train. The consist is uniquely NYS&W: 3016 (SD40T-2), 3020 (SD40), 3010 (SD40T-2) & 3668 (M636).