The Buffalo Creek Railroad was a terminal and switching railroad that operated on the waterfront area of Buffalo, NY.
The company was in existence from 1869 to 1976, operating on 5.66 miles w... (more)
AMTK P32ac-DM 705 leads train #281 through CP-437 in Buffalo, NY.
CSXT GP40-3 6539 returns to Frontier Yard after making a Seneca Turn. It's leading L049's train back into the yard via Bailey Ave.
AMTK P42DC 100 heads east through the Buffalo Terminal with a 6 car train from Toronto/Niagara Falls, ON in tow.
A pair of CSXT ET44ACs have I003-19's train on the move out of the Buffalo Terminal approaching CP-Draw.
CN's Port Robinson, ON - Seneca, NY local train L531 is westbound on CSXT's Buffalo Terminal Sub at CP-Draw.
NS C40-9W 9805 leads an inspection train off of the BPRR at CP-Draw.
I017-19 departs the Buffalo Terminal after a crew change at "Old Broadway".
I157's train pulls onto the Buffalo Terminal Sub at CP-437 behind CSXT 3276.
Amtrak train 281 heads towards downtown Buffalo.
CSX 3296 and CSX 75 are seen leading a fairly short Westbound I017 passing by the Amtrak Station outside of Buffalo, NY.
Eastbound manifest leaves CSX Frontier Yard on a nice sunny Labor Day morning.
Eastbound manifest leaves CSX Frontier Yard on a Labor Day sunny morning.
CSX duo is seen building an autorack train at the east end of CSX Frontier Yard in Buffalo.
CSX Y133 leaves the General Mills plant behind as it heads towards Ohio Street yard just south of downtown Buffalo. Some really nice clouds fill up the sky behind it, and while the roads look like... (more)