Norfolk Southern has quite a collection of these searchlight style signals on there southern tier line.
Mr. Strates himselfs private coach, while traveling with Strates shows.
Blt by the Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works of Patterson, NJ in Jan 1889, not a typo, this was first built in 1889! The New York Central & Hudson acquired it in 1891, later NYC X-659, PC 60021 a... (more)
Small vehicles used to inspect, or survey track along the Adirondack Scenic Railroad.
I am told that this unit is not owned by the Adirondack Scenic Railroad, however it does look increadable in classic New York Central paint!
A volunteer with the Adirondack Scenic Railroad rests as the scenic excursion train loads.
This Alco was built in August of 1950, for the NYC. In 1966 is became Penn Central 5223. In 1976 it became Amtrak 100, and was later restored as NYC 8223.
Both 1013 and 1137 (a GP40MC) are waiting to depart Boston's North Station.
The Charles River Bridge looms over 1010 waiting to depart.
Sold to the Buffalo Southern in 2000. Saw heavy work for them, then last year it was sold to the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad and just this past month it was delivered to them!
You don't see many of these anymore. Used as storage for the Buffalo Southern.
After about 15 minutes 824 was able to get on it's way, after a passenger was detained by the border patrol.