Eastbound (left) and westbound D&H trains meet on Conrail's Southern Tier Line.
A Soo/GATX powered intermodal with one of the dwindling number of Erie semaphores on the line (this blade has since been retired).
Shown at the grand opening ceremony of the rebuilt Belden Hill tunnel.
Westbound Sea-Land stack train with a GP40 in new Guilford colors leading three NYS&W SD45s. The sun broke through the heavy clouds just in time!
Former-UP leaser crosses the CR main on its way out of town.
Two SD40s and a D&H U33C holds the main with an empty hopper train.
A typical early Guilford GP40/U33C/C420/GP38-2 lineup rolls past the NYS&W engine house at the left.
The DL&W station is to the left. At right is the Erie freight house (since demolished).
Two former Detroit Edison units, MEC 602 and B&M U30C 640, push a northbound D&H freight out of Binghamton.
Four SD40-2s, two GATXs and two CPs, on a southbound D&H empty hopper train.
The markings on this RDG hopper, still in regular service, are holding up well almost a decade into Conrail.
A westbound labors through the now-closed bore.
The Erie Lackawanna had only six GP9s. Imagine the odds, 15 years after the birth of Conrail, of finding one still in EL colors!