Easing Past The Remains of Marcal Paper
An exceptionally late SU-100 eases past what remains of Marcal Paper on a gloomy Wednesday afternoon. Marcal was serviced regularly by r... (more)
"Misfits at 2 River Junction"
New York, Susquehanna & Western heads South on Saturday afternoon with locomotives CSXT 9027, NYSW 3808, GMTX 9000 and NYSW 3810.
"Halloween at Charlotteburg"
Early Afternoon Eastbound
The SU-100 is seen crossing the Oakland Viaduct in early afternoon light with two leased units up front. While seeing wide cabs power detour trains on... (more)
New Engine on the Temporary Roster
An exceptionally late SU-100 cruises past the Newfoundland Station with a mixed power set which has become the norm on the Susquehanna. Front... (more)
After setting off cars at Woodruff's Gap in Sparta, the SU-100 looks more like a CSX detour train than an NYS&W one as it accelerates its train towards Sparta Mountain, the ruling grade on the Sou... (more)
"Snoot Nose at Newfoundland"
In an effort to get what will likely be the Susquehanna's only Eastbound road train of the week out of town before a nor'easter hit the area, a Binghamton ba... (more)
Notched Out EMDs
The engineer of an exceptionally early SU-100 notches his three engine consist up as they've just cleared a slow order in the town of Great Bend. The SU-100 w... (more)
Daylight Freight on the Southern Tier
A trio of NYSW yellowjackets ease past a private crossing in Cochecton, NY advancing the SU-100 to Port Jervis where the road crew would a... (more)
While normal operations over the CNYK Sourhern Tier are under the cover of darkness, a rare daylight road freight made an appearance the day before an anticipat... (more)
Easing Through an Empty MC Yard
As a result of the midweek holiday the NYS&W only operated two road trains during the week as apposed to the usual three road trains. This resul... (more)
Snoot on Point
An unusual daylight SU-100 blasts through Hawthorne fronted by the railroads last tunnel motor on a rain soaked Friday morning. The distinct "snoot" nose of NYSW... (more)