DLWR 1801 crosses Harvester Ave. in Batavia, NY and heads east, passing in front of the Harvester Center, originally an International Harvester plant that produced farm equipment, the building now... (more)
An Alco S6 idles outside the engine house at the GVT's Batavia Division. A pile of treated wood poles, one of the commodities transloaded at the yard here, frames the locomotive before the day's w... (more)
DLW 3604 switches the yard in Buffalo, NY in June of 1993.
Ready to start the day's work, DLWR 1801 rolls out of the engine house lead and on to the main next to the small yard used for transloading scrap metal into gondolas. Locomotives:DLWR ... (more)
After spotting the covered hopper on an industry siding, DLWR RS-18 pulls back and the conductor prepares to disembark and line the switch for the main. Locomotives:DLWR 1801 RS-18
The conductor rides a covered hopper as the DLWR crew uses RS-18 #1801 to shove it into a customer siding in downtown Batavia. Locomotives:DLWR 1801 RS-18
The DLWR crosses the bridge over Tonawanda Creek and heads towards the CSX interchange with their RS-18 for the day's work. Photo taken from grade crossing with permission. Locomotives:more)
DLWR 1801, an RS-18, brings 9 cars back from the CSX interchange and heads towards Summit Lubricants, where it will pick up a covered hopper before bringing the train to the downtown siding. <... (more)
Alco S6 DL 1044 idles in the morning sunshine as RS-18 1801 gets a jump start from a welder inside the shop to start the day at Genesee Valley Transportation. Locomotives:DL 1044 S6more)
The GVT mechanic watches RS-18 1801 belch smoke as the trainmaster brings it out of the engine house for the day's work. Before bringing the loco out, it had to be jump started using the welder in... (more)
Off the Beaten Branch Railroading: At the far end of the line in downtown Batavia is this neat industrial facility that gets service weekly. The crew shoves a pair of covered hoppers al... (more)
Far from it's usual rails, ex Central Vermont RS-11 is stationed in Scranton.
Off the beaten branch railroading at the far end of the line in downtown Batavia is this neat industrial facility that gets service weekly. The crew shoves a pair of covered hoppers all the way to... (more)
Off The Beaten Branch Railroading At the far end of the line in downtown Batavia is this neat industrial facility that gets service weekly. The crew shoves a pair of covered hoppers all ... (more)
DLWR 1800 pulls out of Shuman Plastics after spotting a loaded covered hopper.