Arcade & Attica #18 builders plate.
With orange trim on the engine and coaches returned to their DL&W-era pullman green, Arcade & Attica Railroad No.18 still knows how to strike a pose in this Memorial Day Weekend 2014 shot.
After an hour and a half stop at Curriers, ARA 18 runs around the train to head back toward Arcade.
Fireman Brad Mapes makes some adjustments to ARA #18 and smiles while talking to passengers.
ARA #18 crosses over the Cattaraugus Creek Bridge.
ARA #18 heads to Curriers.
The photographer poses with Arcade & Attica's 2-8-0 18 after her first day back in excursion service after a major rebuild. I couldn't figure out what to do for photo #1500 until I remembered I ha... (more)
The veteran, the visitor, the workhorse and the star... From left to right, Arcade & Attica 4-6-0 14, American Viscose Company 0-4-0 6, A&A 65-ton centercab 112 and A&A 2-8-0 18 posed for n... (more)
A "span shot" at 1/500th. A&A's "Fall Livery" fits well with the surrounding colors in Upstate NY, seen here crossing the Cattaraugus Creek less then a block away from the depot.
"Old #18" is alive and well running a series of trips through the countryside and farmlands that have remained virtually unchanged since the line was originally laid in the 1880's. A 1/6th more)
A&A #18 pulls into Curriers where they'll run around their train and return to Arcade.
#18 basking in the sunlight outside of the shops.
#18 departs Arcade during the Arcade & Attica's Media Day.
A&A 2-8-0 is back in service bringing delighted fans from Arcade, NY to a point just shy of the line's Northern most point located in N. Java. She is one of two steam engines that the railroad ow... (more)