My father and I made our last trip together to Sayre and the west end of the Lehigh Valley during my winter break from school in February 1976. My father wrote an article about this trip that may... (more)
The Finger Lakes GS-2 slowly makes its way through the town of Seneca Falls, passing by the former New York Central station. Locomotives:FGLK 2001 GP38-2FGLK 2003 GP38-2
Fingerlakes GS-2 passes through Seneca Falls, NY on the way back to Geneva.
FGLK 2001 GP38-2
FGLK 2003 GP38-2
The Finger Lake's GS-2 job heads west as it approaches Seneca Falls after coming off the Cayuga Lake causeway in a March winter scene. Locomotives:FGLK 2310 B23-7FGLK 1989 B23-7more)
A trio of Finger Lakes GP's pass by farm fields in rural New York with GS-2 in tow. Locomotives:FGLK 2001 GP38-2FGLK 2003 GP38-2FGLK 2002 GP40-2
A trio of GP's lead the Finger Lake's Syracuse sweep job west through a park in the town of Seneca Falls. Locomotives:FGLK 2001 GP38-2FGLK 2003 GP38-2FGLK 2002 GP40-2
The Finger Lake's GS-2 comes into Seneca Falls and crosses through the park in the center of town.Locomotives:FGLK 2310 B23-7FGLK 2309 B23-7
Still wearing its Conrail blue, FGLK B23-7 # 1943 leads Train GS-2 westbound through Seneca Falls, NY.
GMTX 3303 and GMTX 3304 both wearing the classic NYC inspired lightning stripe paint scheme lead Finger Lakes Railway Train GS-2 through Seneca Falls NY.
FGLK GS-2 passes through Seneca Falls on their way to Solvay.
Train GS-2 is eastbound past the park and memorial in downtown Seneca Falls, NY.
A Memorial Day weekend excusion from Waterloo, NY (Birthplace of Memorial Day) passes the Veterans Memorial in Seneca Falls on its way to Cayua.