CP Southend picnic train from Scranton to Oneonta climbs Belden Hill just south of Sanitaria Springs. For the first 3 years of D&H ownership CP had an annual employee picnic in Oneonta and brought in employees with a train from the southend and one from the northend. The second years train is lead by 2 D&H lightning stripes. The 7304 was the last revenue unit painted in the blue and grey paint as a regular course of business (CP subsequently repainted the 7312 as a “heritage unit”). After the CP took over the D&H they repainted the 7303 and lastly the 7304 in blue and grey. The lettering and logos on the 7304 were modified slightly by CP painters from standard D&H. Trail unit is DH GP38-2 # 7309 as painted by MK in 1990. Actual location is Town of Fenton, MP 605.82 on Canadian Pacific Freight Main just south of Sanitaria Springs.
This gallery contains photos of equipment and properties that became, were and used to be part of the Delaware & Hudson Railway. This gallery also contains photos of equipment paying tribute to the D&H or its predecessors.