The Lake Champlain and Moriah Railroad's RS18 sits on display at the Port Henry Amtrak Station.
The Lake Champlain and Moriah was a six mile shortline owned by Republic Steel that was used to bring iron ore from Mineville to Port Henry. It operated two NW-2's, one lettered as LC&M #19 and t... (more)
The Lake Champlain and Moriah was a six mile long shortline owned by Republic Steel to bring iron ore down to Port Henry on the D&H. Their one caboose was made from an ore jimmy. The line was so... (more)
The equipment display at the Amtrak Station in Port Henry, New York is always a memorable sight. As seen here on October 29, 2018, The Lake Champlain and Moriah Railroad is commemorated by the eng... (more)
Ex CP MLW RS-18, repainted as LC&MRR 20 is part of a display train representing the old Lake Champlain and Moriah Railroad which hauled iron ore from the local mines from 1946 to 1972.
An ex CP Rail RS-18 on display in Port Henry, commemorating the iron ore hauler that ran over the upper D&H in days past. The building in the background was the headquarters of the
Lake Champlai... (more)
This year's CP Holiday Train has some competition in Port Henry in the form of LC&M 20! www.railroad-photography.com