Alone in the dark. Former Buffalo Creek Railroad Alco HH660 #43 was built in March of 1940. Owned by the Western New York Historical Society, the engine has undergone an extensive renovation, and ... (more)
Anyone who spent much time trackside in the northeast United States between the mid 1950’s and mid 1970’s undoubtedly saw a boxcar from the Buffalo Creek Railroad, with the road’s distinctive flou... (more)
In July 2000, the Western New York Railway Historical Society entered into an agreement with RELCO LOCOMOTIVES, INC. to purchase this rare ALCO Model HH660 high hood switching locomotive that was ... (more)
Here is the finished control stand with all gauges cleaned and recalibrated. Brake valves have been cleaned and new gaskets added. Control switch contacts have been cleaned and lubricated. Replace... (more)
After grinding, needle scaling, sanding and priming Buffalo Creek #43 received a complete coat of paint on September 28th, 2012. Pinstriping was finished on the fireman's side of the locomotive by... (more)
Buffalo Creeks Bicentennial unit rests at the Buffalo Creek shops. CR did end up acquiring all of the Buffalo Creek.