The Southern New England leasing (SENX) Alco RS-36 #5012 is working at Greenwich, NY on April 17 at the mill. The Alco was never a Delaware & Hudson unit but the scheme is inspired by the D&H. U... (more)
Rare Miles. One of the Batten Kill's two RS-3's crosses the Batten Kill just south of Rt 29 as it pulls stored spine cars down the old line from Thomson. This trackage west of the village is origi... (more)
Rare Miles. One of the Batten Kill's two RS-3's rolls light engine past Witchcraft Body & Paint in the Village of Greenwich. This trackage west of the yard is original Greenwich & Johnsonville tra... (more)
The Batten Kill Railroad flanger patiently waits for it's next call to duty behind the former Greenwich & Johnsonsville Freight House.
Ex-Greenwich & Johnsonville engine 4116 sits out behind the shops and office of the Batten Kill Railroad. The Batten Kill has received are number of these COVX spines and are storing them between ... (more)
All dressed up with nothing to do. Painted in 2010 and lettered this past Summer (2011) this old wooden flanger is looking great. But so far the only real snow fell in October and with under an in... (more)
BKRR RS-3 #605 departs Greenwich for the Cargill mill near Salem. Winter is one of the few times that one can catch the Batten Kill at this location. During the warmer months, the engine is simp... (more)
BKRR #605 rests in the late afternoon sun after a day at work. Unit is former VTR #605, L&HR #10.
It's eight below zero and the wood stove is fired up making the inside of the Batten Kill's wooden flanger toasty and warm. BKRR RS3 4116, lettered for the Greenwich & Johnsonville, departs Greewi... (more)