This train was called "The Slatepicker" due to extensive slate quarrying in the region. An example is the slate roof on the barn in the background.
Heading past station with southbound turn from Rouses Point.
Station was damaged by fire but still being used
Still in PRR paint, crossing Raritan River on a hot summer evening
Having made up it train in Holbrook, #99 and two stable mates are at the yard limits and throttling up for the Southbound climb
In a torrential down pour GLC 394 leans into a curve just west of Lake George, the train is heading for Clare to set out its cars and pick up another GP35 and 65 cars for Cadillac.