EMD BL2 #52 & #56 built in March & April of 1949. Shown here basking in the sun at CSX Selkirk Yard. Eventually they'll be on there way to Hoosier Valley in Indiana & planned for excursion service... (more)
Rescued. Raven Rail LLC's recent equipment move helped save S-1 Alco 5 from an uncertain future. This engine was built in 1947 by Alco Schenectady (New York) and used as their plant switche... (more)
Former Saratoga North Creek BL2s 52 and 56 sit on the Battenkill Railroad/Pan AM Railways interchange in Eagle Bridge New York. The 2 units, once part of Ed Ellis' Iowa Pacific empire are now owne... (more)
On a typical cloudy October day in the Adirondacks, the SNC passenger train gets ready to depart Hadley Station back to Saratoga with the rare BL2 leading.
The SNC dinner train switches beside the Canadian Main on a warm evening.
Sometimes it can really pay off not to procrastinate on certain things on certain railroads that can seem too good to be true. I made a spontaneous decision to get up to Saratoga one September ev... (more)
SNC 8524 leads train #190 "The Hudson Explorer" into Saratoga Station shortly after SNC operations started. Unfortunately the railroad has recently stopped operations due to political re... (more)
SNC 821 sits on the storage siding at Saratoga Station, and at the time was used for switching moves around the station.
The remaining Saratoga and North Creek equipment sits on the siding at Corinth awaiting its uncertain fate, The two EMD BL2's were the most unique locomotives on the once popular railroad before a... (more)
LAST TRAIN TO CORINTH. The now defunct SNC “funeral train” rests in the back woods outside of town after making a noon run out of Stony Creek yesterday with the last of the operable fleet out of ... (more)
At the beginning. Just a month after the Saratoga & North Creek started operations on this former D&H line, a southbound is leaving North Creek with SNC 8524 leading two great dome cars. It... (more)
SNC 8524 parked at the Saratoga station.
A pair of Saratoga & North Creek BL2s are on point of the morning's train as it rolls over the Sacandaga River in Hadley, NY.
The latest additions to the Saratoga & North Creek's roster lead the 3:45 PM train from North Creek over the Sacandaga River in Hadley, NY as a water tuber crosses under the bridge.
The latest additions to the Saratoga & North Creek's roster lead the 3:45 PM train from North Creek past the 1000 Acres Golf Course in Stony Creek, NY.