NS train H06, the Corning to Geneva turn, works its way South on the Corning Secondary. The line here is paralleling Seneca Lake, making for fantastic scenery.
Constructed in 1892, the Lehigh Valley station in Geneva New York is a masterpiece of late 19th century architecture. The station has not seen a train pass it since the late 1970s, but it still st... (more)
Drilling cars as the sun sets.
Finger Lakes Railway's Yard job builds trains for GS-2, GC-2 and HG-2 on Thursday morning with the Lehigh Valley Railroad inspired scheme of Cornell red with black pin stripes.
Finger Lakes Railway's Himrod to Geneva job has dropped cars at Pre-emption Rd. Yard and will return to the Geneva Yard as light power. The FGLK 2306 is ex Providence & Worchester.
Finger Lakes Railway's yard job builds GS-2 on Sunday morning with the Lehigh Valley Railroad inspired paint scheme of Cornell red with black pin stripes.
Finger Lakes Railway's GS2 shoves back into the North Yard at the day's end. The yellow switcher GMTX 396 is from the Solvay Yard and due for inspection.
Finger Lakes Railway departs the Geneva Yard early Sunday morning.
Finger Lakes Railway train GS-2 busts drifts as it picks up speed outside of Geneva NY.
Finger Lakes Railway comes in for a landing to end the day.
The Finger Lakes Railway GS-2 slows as it makes the final approach back to the yard in Geneva after a round trip to Solvay and back. The train is about to cross Border City Road.Locomotive... (more)
Norfolk Southern's HO6 departs the city of Geneva NY on Sunday afternoon with locomotives NS 3419, NS 3470 and NS 3561.
As winter storm Harper dies down, The Finger Lakes Railway GY-1 switches cars in the Geneva Yard with U23B 2201, painted in the Lehigh Valley's Cornell Red scheme. Locomotives:FGLK 220... (more)
As the first train on the line after winter storm Harper, the Finger Lakes GS-2 starts busting snow piles as it departs the yard in Geneva and crosses Serven Road. Locomotives:FGLK 200... (more)