NYS&W Alco C430 number 3000 sits by the old Lackawanna freight house in Utica, NY.
The future WNYP 430.
New York, Susquehanna & Western C430 class unit 3000 teams with C420 2002 to move a single car past the engine house in Binghamton, New York. The high-hood C420 began its career on the Long Island... (more)
As mainline Alco’s were being phased out on most Class 1 railroads, the Delaware & Hudson became large draw with its sizable fleet of RS’s and Centuries. When the New York Susquehanna & Western es... (more)
A NYS&W local freight was hustling north near Greene, NY on May 13, 1983 with C430 No. 3000.
The D&H had several partners in its operations during the 80's and 90's including the NYS&W, Guilford, CP, etc. Alco C430 #3000 and GP38 #2012 are getting work in the D&H shop. Note the 3000 is ... (more)
Crossing Starucca Viaduct.
Crossing into Pennsylvania from New York on Mill Rift Bridge over the Delaware River.
Starting down grade into the Susquehanna River Valley on ex-Erie
Two of NYS&W's three remaining Alco's at the time, are at the Binghamton shop. Here #3000 is alomost spotless, having been recently rebuilt.
NYS&W #3000 pulls a heavy cut of cars from the CP's East Binghamton yard into QD. Here the #3000 will switch the cars out.
A spotless #3000 leads a Central NY Chapter NRHS excursion southbound at Lisle, NY
An NY10 enters Little Ferry Yard during the early morning hours, during the early days of container service on the Susie Q.
We lucked out-got there the day the paint was drying!