Doing some contract switching in the greater Rochester area, Viscose Co. #6 spots a MDT reefer in a siding for a produce farmer. This scene was part of a night photo shoot at the Rochester & Gene... (more)
Steam returns to the Adirondacks! For the first time in recent memory a steam engine is operating in the Adirondack Park. The Adirondack Scenic Railroad is celebrating it's 25th anniversary with a... (more)
#6 leads a crowded train up the grades of the Catskill Mountain Railroad.
Viscose Company No. 6 leads a Phoenicia bound train along a repaired segment of the Catskill Mt. Railroad.
Viscose Company No. 6 leads its last Catskill Mt. Railroad trip of the weekend out of Mt. Tremper.
This weekend, the Catskill Mountain Railroad played host to Viscose #6, seen here passing her own advertisement. In spite of less-than-ideal weather conditions on Saturday, the event was a great ... (more)
May 7, 2016 marks the first time that steam has traveled the rails of the Ulster & Delaware since the 1950s, but sadly it also marks what is quite possibly the last, as the Catskill Mountain Railr... (more)
Damn if she ain't a little cutie!
Thank goodness, I didn't have far to go chase it: 30 minutes up the road between Mount Tremper & Phoenicia! (I couldn't live w... (more)
Two Firsts, for the first time since 1949, steam runs on the ex New York Central Catskill Branch. Now known as the Catskill Mountain Railroad. Also for the first time since hurricane Irene in 2011... (more)
Viscose 0-4-0T 6 backs towards Mount Tremper on this ex-NYC branch line
Viscose 0-4-0T 6 steams around Campground Curve on the Catskill Mountain Railroad during a special weekend of steam runs in upstate New York.
Steam in the Catskills! For the first time since 1949 steam has returned to the ex New York Central Branch, now known as the Catskills Mountain Railroad. Seen here at the Mt. Tremper depot.
Steam in the Catskills! For the first time since 1949 steam has returned to the ex New York Central Branch, now known as the Catskills Mountain Railroad.
Running light back to Titusville after suffering some main bearing problems, Scott Symans is at the throttle of his pride and joy, on Oil Creek & Titusville rails for the first time.
I realized I've seen this engine for five years in a row: Train Festival 2009, Cuyahoga Valley (2010), Train Festival 2011, Oil Creek & Titusville (2012), and now here in 2013. This little tank ... (more)