NYS&W SU-99 swings off the connection from the original NYS&W Mainline and onto the L&HR at LIME where the SJ-1 waits lite power to open up on the main to drill a nearby customer. While the 3016 i... (more)
Sparta Junction Set Out
New York Susquehanna & Western local SJ-1 routinely sets cars out for pick up by the SU-100 on the South end of the Gap siding while loads are dropped o... (more)
Tunnel Motor Turned ECO
Originally built as an SD40T-2 for the Southern Pacific, NYSW 3012 was rebuilt from the ground up as an SD33-ECO. The locomotive retains its original no... (more)
One Last Stay in Sparta
For the last year and a half the New York Susquehanna & Western has kept an engine in Sparta for designated use on the SJ-1. This job exclusively switch... (more)
Diverging Off the L&HR
The unusual daylight edition of this particular SU-100 is seen just after diverging off the ex-L&HR main at Sparta Junction. There the crew picked up NYS... (more)
Daylight Sparta Job
An unusual daylight job is working Sparta Junction on an overcast December morning with the railroads only active SD45 for power. One of the night jobs had ... (more)
A Susquehanna freight rolls east past the water tank at Sparta Junction, N.J.
Susquehanna train SU-99 negotiates the tight curves as it passes through Sparta Junction on its overnight run between Little Ferry, N.J., and Binghamton, N.Y.
"Passing the MoW Fleet"
After the long ride to New Jersey, the Binghamton based road crew for the SU-100 has been relieved by a local crew out of Jersey. The crew is seen here do... (more)
"Short on Horsepower"
Having nearly stalled on the grade at Gulf Summit the NYS&W was faced with a decision; send the train up Sparta Mountain with the two CSX engines and hope f... (more)
With the track all the way to Butler the SU100 doesn't wait to get rolling and is seen here heading into the sunset kicking up dust right before it makes the turn to get back onto the original NYS... (more)
With the switching at BOC done NYSW 3016 backs down the tracks torwards the rest of the SU100 so that they can proceed eastbound.
After cutting off from the rest of the SU100 NYSW 3016 goes to switch out BOC so that a local crew doesnt have to later on.
RMDI 2214, an ex P&W B23-7, is supposed to be the local engine after the lead units are given to the SU99.