Susquehanna power idles next to the sand tower in Binghamton, New York. NYSW 1800 was one of three GP18’s acquired in 1962 to supplement the Susquehanna’s aging fleet of mid-1940’s-era RS1’s and S... (more)
It was an end to a wonderful era when the NYS&W sold its three second generation GP-18's in 2010. Here the 1800, 1802, 1804 are seen together for the last time on home rails as they have been blac... (more)
End of an Era: Time has run out for this classic trio of GP18s after roughly 47 years of service on the Susquehanna. Here they sit with "NYSW" lettering blacked out on the cab; a sign of t... (more)
NYS&W local power sits idle on Thanksgiving Day in front of the local NYS&W office (within the box car).
Contemporaries in the form of a 1962-built GP18 and a 1965 Mercury Comet meet at the 1872-built Maywood Station. The event was a car show in conjunction with an open house at the station.
Two sets of NYS&W local power await their next assignment. GP18 1800 and GP20 2064 hold the main, while ex-PW B23-7 2300 and GP18 1804 are tied down on a yard track.
Idling away on MC-3, 1800 looks pretty good for beeing nearly 40 years old.
The WS8 has the 40+ year old GP18 #1800 on one end BDLX 2209 on the other while they rest for a brief moment on the MC tracks.
Susquehanna 1800 basks in Sunday morning sun.
Susquehanna Geep 18 moves two ballast cars. After Sunday's mishap, the Q has reset and ballasted the rail.
WS-1 hauls 3 NYS&W business cars west to the Southern Division offices at Rochelle Park, NJ.
#1800 displays the classic early EMD low nose, slightly sloped with a one piece windshield.
NYSW's 1800 sits outside their shop building in Binghamton NY awaiting it's next assignment.
This GP18 has seen better days.