The power for NJ's Train 200 to Rouses Point, NY and CP RS-10 8594 for a local transfer wait patiently to get onto their trains in St. Luc's busy departure yard.
NJ Train 200 is about to leave the CPR St. Luc departure yard for Rouses Point, NY.
The only two Napierville Junction MLW RS-2 units switching cars at the D&H Rouses Point, NY yard in November 1966.
Before radios - the engineer has the brakeman clearly in view as they switch the CN interchange at Delson.
The NJ ran twice daily from Rouses Point, NY to CP's St. Luc Yard in Montreal. A significant portion of the interchange was newsprint from Quebec paper mills. This job has just left St. Luc and ... (more)
The entire roster of the Napierville Junction Railway powers Train 101 across the St. Lawrence River toward CP's St. Luc Yard.
Napierville Junction caboose #40 brings up the rear of a short D&H local at Saratoga Springs, NY.
The Napierville Junction owned two Canadian built MLW RS-2s, #4050-4051.
The Napierville Junction Railway was a Canadian subsidiary of the Delaware & Hudson that extended 29 miles from Rouses Point, NY, to a CP and CN connection at St. Constant, Quebec, outside Montrea... (more)
A D&H survivor near the Canadian border. A bit of sun on a mostly cloudy day illuminates a 90-year old caboose that was built in the Delaware & Hudson's Colonie shops in 1916 and was later ... (more)
A Roger Puta photograph.
At Rouses Point, New York the D&H reaches the Canadian border and trains continued 27 miles on subsidiary Napierville Junction to the Canadian Pacific connection at Delson Junction and trackage r... (more)