Greenwich Junction was once the meeting point between the Greenwich & Johnsonville, a shortline that became part of the Delaware & Hudson, and the D&H's own Washington Branch. The little shed to the right was the small waiting station. An early Brill motor car would trundle between Greenwich and this junction point with passengers bound for points north and south. The rails remain, and so does the little white station; they are reminders of a day that shall not return. The Batten Kill railroad provides freight service on both the D&H Washington Branch and the old Greenwich & Johnsonville line to the west. Engine 4116 was transferred from the D&H to the G&J and has worked this line since the 1970s. Here, she and her crew pause in the rain before switching cars at Carovail Fertilizer. Scanned from a B&W film negative.