A closer look at the extended cab on this ex-Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines GP38 now working for the SMS. The cabs on these ex-PRSL units were designed for the dual control stands. The PRSL... (more)
An ex-Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines GP38 now working for the SMS.
The first work day after the snow storm, the SMS crew was out cleaning switches with their ex-Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines GP38.
As the SNY crew holds at Cole Road with two SMS 'pups', NS #939 disengages from it's train to pickup the nine empty racks brought in to Delanson.
Heading back to the Guilderland Industrial Park with nine loads out of Delanson.
With Bill Giving the #1424 all its got, NE-1 heads back to the park with five loaded racks on my 34th Birthday.
On Sunday I Turn 34, When I was born in 1976 you Could find two Baldwin Sharks running on this line. Everybody figured when the sharks left for Michigan in 1978 that you would never see another Ba... (more)
In a bitter sub-zero wind, the SMS critter SW14 climbs the grade out of Delanson with four loads picked up at CPF499 from the NS #938 in a new reinstated service of autoracks to the Guilderland ... (more)
The Racks are Back.....Something that hasn't happened since 02' started on Friday as autos are once again being moved on the Albany Main between Delanson, NY and the NEIP at Guilderland Center.
Wave for the Camera...Is exactly what Lance is doing while Greg and Bob Keep and eye on the tracks ahead. Just another day for the crew from SMS's Albany Division as they move a cut of recently in... (more)
A new Tradition begins...Every year the village of Altamont has a Christmas Victorian Stroll that showcases the beautiful Victorian houses that dot the streets of Altamont. This year on behalf of ... (more)
Picking up one for the park.
SMS 554 switches the Boise warehouse complex.
This trio of ex-Erie Mining Baldwin S12s sit with their train during a break in the rain. Thanks goes to our friends at SMS for making this shot possible.
Graciously posed by our friends at SMS, SLRS 9069 and 412, painted in PRR and B&O colors, respectively, idle in a steady rainfall. Thanks to Brian Alesin for providing the lighting.