A pair of Arcade & Attica GE centercabs make a shove move south as they pass through the alley on the backside of Main Street in Arcade, New York. Once the crew has their train put together, they ... (more)
A pair of Arcade & Attica GE centercabs are north of Java Center, New York as they head towards the Reisdorf Bros Inc. in North Java. The train is crossing the steel bridge that spans Beaver Meado... (more)
A pair of Arcade & Attica GE centercabs lead a freight towards North Java, New York with three cars for Reisdorf Bros Inc. The train is passing along the north shore of the Ghost Pond, casting a r... (more)
A pair of Arcade & Attica GE centercabs depart from Arcade, New York and passes by an old warehouse building with three cars for Reisdorf Bros Inc. in North Java. The locomotives do not have MU ca... (more)
With the Arcade & Attica purchasing an RS-3u to take over for doubleheaded GE centercabs on heavy freight moves, a photo charter was hosted to commemorate this changing of the guard. A&A 112 and 1... (more)
A pair of Arcade & Attica GE centercabs depart from Arcade, New York on a sunny July morning with three cars for Reisdorf Bros Inc. in North Java. As the train departs from downtown Arcade, it pas... (more)
Arcade and Attica center cabs switch their major customer at the north end of the line, in the shadow of several of the many wind turbines in this area of the state.
The southbound A&A job crosses New York Hwy 78/98 and passses Conroy Ford at Java Center. The sign on Conroy's storefront boasts that it is New York's oldest Ford dealership.
Both of Arcade and Attica's GE switchers were pressed into service to pull a heavy train of 9 cars from Arcade Junction to their main customer at North Java, with an engineer in each unit. This s... (more)
Arcade and Attica 65 tonner number 112 and 80 tonner number 113 pull a cut of covered hoppers out of the Reisdorf Brothers feed mill at the end of the line in North Java, NY.
Arcade & Attica #112 catches a brief spot of sun as they switch Reisdorf Brothers feed mill.
Arcade & Attica #112 slowly and carefully navigates the rough track near Java Center.
An Arcade & Attica freight is southbound approaching Java Center.
I can’t think of many short-lines that have more old style charm and personality than the Arcade & Attica. My good friend Ben Martin and I wanted to shoot the line and got to the enginehouse ear... (more)