LAL RS-1 #20 sits on the yard lead while the engineer and conductor go over their train orders for the night. Taken during the RGVRM with lighting provided by Steve Barry.
The LA&L conductor guides an RS-1 through the interchange to make a pickup on a warm summer night.
Taken at the night photo session at the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum wi... (more)
The LA&L crew has stopped their RS-1 at the interchange and looks over their paperwork as they wait for a local to drop cars for them to pickup on a warm summer night. Taken at the night p... (more)
LA&L #20 is the hardest unit in the LA&L Alco fleet to catch. It currently is stored, needing wheel work. Here it switches the Lakeville yard back in 2002.
While it looks like the Susy-Q shops, these Alcos belong to the Livonia Avon & Lakeville.
The light glints off of LA&L RS-1 #20 as it sits buried in the shops.
A close-up of the builder plate of LA&L 20. This unit started life as Lake Erie Franklin & Clarion (LEF&C) 20, before being acquired by the LA&L in 1972.
Perhaps the best-maintained Alco RS1 in existance, LAL #20 switches the Lakeville yard.
Just out of the barn, LAL RS 1 gets prepped for the work day.