"A Balao Class and a few Six Axles"
NYS&W SU-99 begins its run westbound up the Southern Divsion to Binghamton during sunset with three six axle units. The train is cro... (more)
With just a few switching moves left after arriving in Cortland, New York, the skies open up and rain pours down on the New York, Susquehanna & Western's CL-1 as it shuffles a few cars in front of... (more)
After arriving in Cortland, NYSW train CL-1 dropped their train on a siding south of the station and ran the power back north to be put away next to the station. Just before the crew was done the ... (more)
NYS&W prepares to drop one car at the Tully Ag Center on a summer Saturday afternoon.
The crew from the road train puts away the power after a run to Syracuse and back on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.
SU99 smoking it up at Newfoundland, NJ. Other locomotives in the consist include NYSW 3804 and NYSW 3800.
Susie-Q swings by the former Syracuse University passenger platform on the side of the SU hill with new student housing seen in the background.
Susie-Q patiently waits to enter the CSX Syracuse Terminal Subdivision with a 33 car train on a cold December afternoon. The Syracuse Carrier Dome is seen in the background top right.
A late evening NYS&W SU-99 approaches MP 35 on the Southern Divison as it crosses the Wanaque River bridge in Pompton Lakes, the only truss bridge on the railroad that survived the rehabilitation ... (more)
NYS&W SU-99 passes the former NYS&W passenger station and caboose at Pompton Lakes. The station happens to be the only station on the railroad with the Erie "Spanish tile" design and the... (more)
NYS&W SU-99 splits the diamond at Pompton Jct. with a trio of 3800s leading the way towards Binghamton.
NYS&W SD60 #3802 is framed in the last remaining through truss bridge on the NYS&W mainline just east of MP 35 in Pompton Lakes, NJ.
SU-99 left right on time and now enters Hackensack en route to Binghamton.
NYS&W SU-100 (with a WS-2 crew on board) rolls down the NYS&W Southern Division Mainline several hours late for the second day in a row.
Two SD60s lead SU99 west across the Hackensack River shortly after departing the MC Yard in Bogota. In a few moments the hind end will be called clear of yard limits and the engineer will notch o... (more)