The Battenkill Railroad is a very unique class III railroad located out of Greenwich, NY. They only have a couple of customers, their main one being Cargill in Salem. The 4116 is the only operable... (more)
On a cool wet Thursday, the young Battenkill crew pick up their interchange loads by Duan Lane as the rain showers saturates the October colors.
With the 12 loads from Eagle Bridge, The Battenkill enter Cambridge, NY as they approach Country Route 71
A rare site Indeed! A very small number of railroads in the United States, allow you to witness more than one of Alco's classy RS-3 locomotives in revenue service. The Battenkill railroad in Washi... (more)
Battenkill Railroad #605 and matching 1941 built Ex: D&H flanger bask in the only sun rays of the day. Awaiting a 5 car drop off from Pan Am train EDRJ sitting just to the right and back of the Ba... (more)
This colorful RS3 is the picture of short line spirit on this five-degree January 7th, 1988, as the Battenkill short line is moving its first cars in 15 days. Its interchange railroad, Guilford Tr... (more)
#605 and their four loads are nearing the end of their trip, they'll pass through Greenwich Junction on to Cargill grain where they will end the day.
Battenkill Railroads RS-3 #605 (of Ex Lehigh & Hudson River heritage) is trundling Northbound out of Eagle Bridge,NY with four cars headed for Cargill Grain in Salem,NY.