On March 14, 2005, the very last D&H Eastbound on the Southern Tier from Buffalo to Binghamton, is on the move with SOO Line SD60's 6014 and 6010 after waiting at CP-CAM in Cameron, NY for a track... (more)
Batten Kill Railroad RS-3 #4116 shoves it's train around the wye at East Greenwich before serving their major fertilizer customer, and heading south towards Eagle Bridge to interchange with the D&... (more)
Batten Kill 4116 now with 7 empties for Eagle Bridge rolls through Shushan at a leisurely 10 MPH
CSX 353 leads Q118 south over the top of Catskill, NY on the River Line bound for New Jersey.
P&W 3906 waits at William Street in Whitehall, NY on the CLP portion of the Vermont Railway with the first P&W Coal Train for Johnson City. He is waiting for a D&H 930 to clear up after getting a ... (more)
From the Cab of BSOR S2 #100, we see NY&LE 6101 picking up 2 x 0 that we had just brought down to Gowanda. We are on the siding tied onto 0 x 3 prepared to head north to Hamburg.
Buffalo Southern S-4 93 sits in the Gateway Industrial Park along Lake Erie in Lackawanna, NY. This is the former site of Bethlehem Steel.
The staple power used by the Buffalo Southern Railroad at the Dunlop Tire Plant in Tonawanda, NY.
This locomotive is used during the winter by Buffalo Southern Railroad Crews switching the Dunlop Tire Plant in Tonawanda, NY
Q62530 sits outlawed just east of MP 406 in Batavia, NY. Power are the Cartier's leased by NYSW, SIXX 41, RRPX 78 and SIXX 47. This is the second time since '78 that a trio of 6 Axle Alco/MLW's ha... (more)
From the Engineer's Seat of CSX (CR) 8852 leading Q381, we see the daily W&LE Train departing Willard with 3068 on the lead during 2004.
Lachlan Valley Rail Freight Train No. 3162 stows cars loaded with containers full of grain for export to 3rd-World Countries at Cootamundra, New South Wales, Australia. Power is 44-Class No. 4458 ... (more)
NS 14M with SD50 5403, B40-8 4816 and GP38-2 5317 all in Conrail Blue Paint passes the soon to be gone D&H SK Yard en route to Bison Yard, just a couple of miles away.
This view is from the old office looking into the Arcade and Attica Engine House, with 65-Ton GE # 112 outside and 44-Ton GE # 111 Inside the Shop