Two RS36’s and an RS3m are the helper power for a northbound Delaware & Hudson train climbing Belden Hill at Dyes, New York... (more)
The Napierville Junction ran twice a day from Rouses Point, NY to CPR's St. Luc Yard in Cote St. Luc (suburban Montreal). Normally the power was NJ 4050 and 4051, the road's two RS-2's. Today, t... (more)
A D&U tourist train trundles over the more-active-than-usual Batavia Creek, a tributary of the nearby Delaware River East Branch.
#5017 rounds the curve through Halcottsville on the return trip from Roxbury
#5017 heads back to Arkville with the D&U's "green train".
On a lovely Sunday morning, the D.U.R.R. beings preparations for their first train of the morning.
A beautiful day to take a ride on a train. Delaware & Ulster's first trip of the day from Arkville to Roxbury.
Delaware & Ulster Railroad
(ex-Ulster & Delaware Railroad,
West Shore Railroad - Catskill Mountain Branch)
MP54.50 - Old River Road gc
Halcottsville, New York, USA
30 May 2015
Open top auto racks, 55 gallon barrels between the tracks, and an old switchstand make up the surroundings as 5017 switches in the old Bevier Street yard.
D&H RS-36 #5017 switching cars at Oneida, NY in 1974.
Not very eco-friendly, but you've got to love the sight of black smoke being belched by an ALCO.
Delaware and Ulster Tourist Railroad