Penn Central train NHSE gets underway out of Cedar Hill Yard in New Haven, CT, on its way to Selkirk via Springfield, MA, behind a minimally repainted pair of ex-New Haven diesels, a Century 425 a... (more)
The LA&L freight makes a shove into the Rochester & Southern's yard to interchange cars on a warm February day. Locomotives:LAL 428 C425LAL 425 C425
A C425 and a C430 work Kraft in Avon, NY.
Mohawk, Adirondack & Northern Alco C425 #805 leads its short train across the appropriately-named Railroad Street bridge in Rome, New York after switching Rome Strip Steel. The street and the tra... (more)
A Conrail C425 and a GP38-2 drift past the Amtrak station in Altoona, Pennsylvania. Today’s station is a vast improvement over the sparse accommodations shown here.
LA&L 428 busts through the snow at the Papermill Road crossing in Avon, NY on December 26, 2017. There was some decent snow accumulation on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, so I had to go out and ... (more)
LA&L 425 is back on home rails shortly after working at Rochester & Southern's Brooks Ave Yard. The train is crossing the Genesee River on a bridge shared with CSX's West Shore Subdivision.
An assortment of paint schemes inhabits stalls at BN's roundhouse at Interbay Yard. Workmen here use the turntable not only for access to the roundhouse, but also to turn power headed south to Por... (more)
Delaware Lackawanna's Alco C425, No. 2461, along with several additional Alcos and a Montreal Locomotive Works M636 in "Corporate Scheme" livery await the call to service in Scranton, PA at Steamt... (more)
A pair of LA&L alcos return from Genesee Junction and head south, passing by the semaphore signal at the Rush Depot of the Rochester and Genesee Valley Railroad Museum. Locomotives: LA... (more)
Power for the Portland Turn gets underway.
On the way to pick up grain hoppers.
CNW Alco 4256 awaits its next assignment with several other Alco's at CNW's Escanaba, MI engine facility in August of 1984. This facility would soon be abandoned for the ex-P&H facility west of he... (more)
Heading out to pick up grain hoppers.