Q381-23 rounds the curve in Churchville, passing the location where the CP-384 New York Central signal bridge once stood.
K212 rolls east out of Churchville with a solid train of empty hoppers for the R&S at Rochester.
A very late Q115 blazes through Churchville.
After whizzing by AMTK 64, AMT 63 kicks up its own storm in the snow squall. The bridge abutment of the old West Shore railroad can be seen to the right.
AMTK 64 prepares to zip by AMTK 63 on the Churchville S-Curves. Both trains were doing 80, kicking up a chilly snowstorm.
A late Amtrak 63 speeds past the location of where the West Shore railroad once crossed the Water Level Route.
The Q091 slowly heads west to Buffalo and further on will deliver its empties to Washington state. Ninety-five percent of the time when UP power visits up here is is an SD70M so a brand new ES44AC... (more)
Q157 rolls West past the old West Shore Railroad bridge abutments.
Q091 roars West past the location where the old West Shore Railroad (PRR's parallel competitor with the New York Central) crossed the Water Level Route.
Snow clings to the trees as Q268 roars around the curve.
S285 rolls into Churchville as a Cardinal looks on.
Amtrak 283 cruises West as the sun sets.
Q285 heads West with a pair of Blues on the point - an uncommon sight this long after the split-up.
A pair of venerable SD40-2s lead K681 west into the sunset past the location where the West Shore Railroad used to cross the Water Level Route.