Q624 with CP/CEFX power crosses an iced-over High Falls in downtown Rochester, NY.
10 new MRS AC4400CWIs sit at the CSX-GE interchange, along with BNSF ES44DC #7427, and CSX ES44AHs #916 and #920.
The E8As get a shove on to the siding they will now call home, appropriately leading 5 New York Central coaches.
A pair of New York Central E8As pose for a night shoot. Special thanks to Steve Barry for providing his Lumedyne system.
A tangled mess of intermodal covers the village of East Rochester.
These old GG1's showing their Amtrak and PC heritage will likely never ride the rails again.
A Pandrol Jackson railgrinder heads West to Batavia where it will outlaw for the day.
Q633 crosses High Falls in downtown Rochester, NY with a pretty nice lashup including a Helm leader, a CR SD50, and, of course, the infamous 4617 still in C&O paint.
DL&W 1804, an ex-Central Vermont unit, has been sitting here idle for a few months now. Crews tend to favor the 1802, an ex-Nickel Plate RS-11, as it rides much smoother. Special thanks to Steve B... (more)
1802 and 2035 double-head a train past the old siding to Holley Cold Storage.
Q254 slides across the High Falls trestle with the city of Rochester as a backdrop.
Lehigh Valley 211 basks in the sun at the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum (http://www.rgvrrm.org).
Q381 passes the Rochester Amtrak station.
The massive stone arches inside the terminal are representative of what the might New York Central once was. It's decay, however, is representative of what it became.