Visiting cousins from upstate New York.
This Consolidation, built in 1920 by ALCO subsidiary Cooke in Patterson, NJ. Paterson was also the birthplace of Lou Costello. The 2-8-0 arrived at Steamtown in the mid 80s. Now tucked away behi... (more)
The future WNYP 430.
One of New York state's ALCOs; Found in Pennsylvania.
The Buffalo waterfront is home to this classic Alco S-4 switcher. It has worked most of its running life at this location serving an old steel mill, ConAgra, and now shuffles limestone cars aroun... (more)
Setting up the morning excursion.
Getting into position for boarding passengers for the Brunch excursion to Big Moose.
Adirondack Scenic's schedule has been affected by the recent freight car derailment which caused damage to Utica Station. So this RS-18 sits and waits.
Former BC Rail ALCO, now a New Yorker.
Former Roberval and Saguenay M420 is one of the newer faces on the property.
Spartan controls of an S7.
Setting up for the excursion to Cooperstown.
A beautiful day to take a ride on a train. Delaware & Ulster's first trip of the day from Arkville to Roxbury.
The paint on this MLW was drying last night. This is the last working S7, unless someone knows otherwise. Thanks to Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley for putting on a great Railfan Day.
Two former Morristown & Erie units await assignment.
4228 (C424) ran on the rails of M&E, Delaware Lackawanna, Quebec Gatineau and originally CP always 4228. 431 C430) ran as M&E 17, Conrail, Pen... (more)