Southern New England #5012 (Former Atlantic & Dansville) Alco RS-36 is a recent visitor to the Batten Kill railroad.#5012 is Exactly 10 years younger than the rough and tough 1952 built Batten Kil... (more)
After an unsuccessful, yet beautiful as always drive to North Adams along the Boston and Maine, our luck turned around only just south of Cambridge, NY where we caught up with the Batten Kill Rail... (more)
After holding at MP 445 for North Bennington bound local AD-1, ST RJED with a trio of the new 3400 series SD40-2s continues its trip east in North Petersburgh,NY.
After awaiting the passage of NS autorack train 14t in North Adams, this EDRJ lead by one of the "new" 3400 series SD40s is well into its journey to Rotterdam Junction. In Mechanicville,... (more)
Well into her voyage to Corning,NY #765 blows through Cameron,NY at the route 119 crossing.
After a quiet late morning/ early afternoon, traffic at East Deerfield started to pick up around 4 pm. Here train EDRJ departs just after a Guilford powered EDBF headed up the Conn River.
After a slight delay getting out of Corning, #765 hustles northbound around a sweeping curve in Cameron Mills,NY.
An Amish family gives a friendly wave as #765 pounds along route 119 south bound towards Corning,NY on the first of two excursions out of Bison yard in Buffalo. #765 was the first steam locomotive... (more)
"TRAIN!!!"..."OH MY GOSH, ORANGE IS MY FAVORITE COLOR!!"... A bunch of delighted children came streaming out of the D&H freight house in Cambridge,NY as soon as they heard #411... (more)
A little further down the line #405 hits the second Summit road crossing.
Rolling along route 103, #405- with the air chimes blasting- is at the first of 2 crossings on Summit Road.
Green Mountain Railroad #405 slows as she passes the East Wallingford section house to perform photo runbys.
Following Norfolk Southern 14t, what I assume to be RJED roars across the mellow waters of the Hoosic River in Schaghticoke,NY.
As the southbound Adirondack is subject to the routine hour long boarder check, this southbound oil train slid by them at Rouses Point and is blowing through Plattsburgh,NY on a beautiful April Su... (more)
Columbus day weekend 2014, the Vermont Railway is departing Hoosick Junction late in the afternoon, with an interesting GMRC-GATX-GATX-GMRC lash up.