Four years ago, it was a different place. Catskill Mountain Railroad Co. Alco S1 (ex-Staten Island Railway 407, née-Long Island Rail Road 407, 6.1946) passes the K27 (Kingston) milepost in Phoenic... (more)
On what may turn out to be one of its final trips on the line, Catskill Mountain RR Alco S1 (ex-Staten Island Railway 407, exx-Long Island Railroad 407) heads towards the former Ulster and Delawar... (more)
Viscose Company No. 6 leads a Phoenicia bound train along a repaired segment of the Catskill Mt. Railroad.
The Catskill Mt. Railroad's S1 makes a light move eastbound out of Phoenicia.
"Rolling Along the Esopus"
Railfans watch as the final train to Phoenicia pulls into the station. After a short layover, passengers will return to Mt. Tremper.
The final train on the Mt. Tremper section of the Catskill Mt. Railroad makes it's way along Esopus Creek.
One of the last Catskill Mountain Railroad trains between Mount Tremper and Phoenicia passes milepost 26 (from Kingston, N.Y.) on the last day of operations.
Just west of Phoenicia is one of the worst remaining washouts on the Catskill Mountain Railroad, one which severs the line from its western end and will require major funding initiatives to repair... (more)
Two Firsts, for the first time since 1949, steam runs on the ex New York Central Catskill Branch. Now known as the Catskill Mountain Railroad. Also for the first time since hurricane Irene in 2011... (more)
After some shop work, electrical tinkering and half a new coat of paint, 407 is back in action to serve as the main motive power on the Catskill Mountain Railroad's 'Esopus Scenic Train' in what s... (more)
Steam in the Catskills! For the first time since 1949 steam has returned to the ex New York Central Branch, now known as the Catskills Mountain Railroad.