CSX Transportation donated a rare SD45-2 locomotive to the Southeastern Railway Museum that is the first of its kind exhibited in a museum.
Electro-Motive Division built CSX No. 8954 in August 19... (more)
This static display of the A&A's first diesel #110 still with a boxcar and caboose sits proudly in the village. Giving great photo opportunities to anyone who strolls along.
After a 25 minute hike through the slush and snow I made it to this breathtaking vantage point by Iona Island. Didn't take long for this to appear. My first train with my new Nikon D3300 as well.
In July 2000, the Western New York Railway Historical Society entered into an agreement with RELCO LOCOMOTIVES, INC. to purchase this rare ALCO Model HH660 high hood switching locomotive that was ... (more)
A close up view of the Nickel Plate Roads #765 builders plate. Built: September 8th, 1944. Retired: May 4th, 1963. Restored: September 1, 1979. At a weight of 440,800 pounds. This engine has a max... (more)
Built by the New York Central and opened in 1929. The Buffalo Central Terminal's second owner was the doomed Penn Central. Decades after the disappearance of both companies. Norfolk Southern's Pen... (more)
Gone but not forgotten. Originally belonging to the Hanna Furnace Corp. not spends its days at R&R Salvage. Although this hasn't moved in years I'm assured by the owner it could start right up if ... (more)
After cutting away it's cars on 13 in "the pad". NS 26R heads up to Kennedy Rd. for a crew change.
The 2nd busiest station in Pennsylvania and 20th busiest in the country. The Lancaster Amtrak station recently underwent a $14 million renovation. Plans included a new HVAC system, improved ticket... (more)