Well into her voyage to Corning,NY #765 blows through Cameron,NY at the route 119 crossing.
"Welcome to White Plains" says this Metro-North bridge over Route 119.
As the crow flies, this train is only a few miles from Williamson, but it has taken over 90 minutes for him to get here, due to a long, circuitous route.
Pastoral farmland gives this location an almost Midwestern appearance.
One dirty hopper spoils an otherwise "perfect" NS consist.
Much of the Shelocta Runner is heavily treed in, but there are several open areas between Hamill and Home.
A close look at the 301 reveals Conrail paint showing through the faded Allegheny Railroad livery.
A train of empties works north through Marion Center, passing by several backyards which border the tracks.
A stretch of questionable track causes HC-1's lead engine to lean to the conductor's side.
The construction equipment at left belongs to Hulcher, a frequent visitor to this line where derailments are fairly common.