Finger Lakes Railway train GC-2 is approaching Pactiv in Canandaigua, NY where it will switch cars before heading back east for Geneva.
Finger Lakes Railway departs their Himrod Yard in the morning and takes a train to Cargill in Watkins Glen NY.
Finger Lakes Railway train GC-2 works its way through the countryside of on its way to Canandaigua, NY at milepost "S 72" on the ex New York Central Auburn Road. Just before the train st... (more)
After switching cars in Manchester, Finger Lakes Railway train GC-2 is back on the ex New York Central alignment as U23B number 2201 and B23-7 number 2306 work hard to accelerate their train throu... (more)
Finger Lakes Railway train GC-2 crosses over Flint Creek in Manchester, NY on a hot summer day on its way to switch the grain transload. Leading the train is GE U23B number 2201, which is painted ... (more)
Finger Lakes Railway train GC-2 passes MP "S 69" denoting 69 miles to Syracuse on the ex NYC Auburn Road in Shortsville, NY. The train is being led by FGLK U23B number 2201, which is pai... (more)
Finger Lakes Railway train GC-2 passes a brick warehouse undergoing restoration on the outskirts of Canandaigua, NY with U23B number 2201 leading.
Finger Lakes Railway locomotives 2201 (U23B) and 2308 (B23-7) work their way through downtown Canandaigua, NY crossing Main Street. FGLK 2201 is painted in a special Lehigh Valley scheme, while 23... (more)
Finger Lakes Railway's Yard job builds trains for GS-2, GC-2 and HG-2 on Thursday morning with the Lehigh Valley Railroad inspired scheme of Cornell red with black pin stripes.
Finger Lakes Railway's yard job builds GS-2 on Sunday morning with the Lehigh Valley Railroad inspired paint scheme of Cornell red with black pin stripes.
As winter storm Harper dies down, The Finger Lakes Railway GY-1 switches cars in the Geneva Yard with U23B 2201, painted in the Lehigh Valley's Cornell Red scheme. Locomotives:FGLK 220... (more)
A Finger Lakes U23B works the yard wearing Lehigh Valley inspired paint. Locomotives:FGLK 2201 U23B
Various power and some passenger coaches sit in the Finger Lakes yard in Geneva.