Mile post still stands along the CSX Chicago Line in Lancaster, NY as a tribute to the once great New York Central Railroad.
Ex. DL&W Baggage car waiting restoration.
Built in 1918 for the PRR, still used as a car rebuilding facility.
This is a shot of one of the dozens of piles of rail equipment located at the Eastern Railway Supply Shops in West Seneca, NY.
Located on the grounds of the Eastern Railway Supply Shops is this hundred year old coal tower. Most of which was lost in a fire over fifty years ago. Old, damaged cars sit on it's tracks waiting ... (more)
Built in 1929 for the New York Central RR. In 1967 the NYC RR and the PRR merged, forming the Penn Central system, the terminal's second owner. Acquired by Amtrak in 1971 for $1, and used until Oc... (more)
This train had been sitting crewless at a red signal for over a day. It is odd how they leave the equipment on and open, as well as unattended, for so long.
This train had been sitting crewless at a red signal for over a day, so I figured I would get up close and snap a few shots. It is odd how they leave the equipment on and open, as well as unattend... (more)
Built in 1871 for the Erie railroad, this old depot is now a model railroad hobby shop. It is also the site where the James E. Strates Shows trains unloads every year.
Built in 1923, Baldwin Locomotive #4483, built for the Pennsylvania Railroad, is the last one of its class, I1sa, of which 598 were built.
A set of old cars waiting to be restored for whatever purpose by the Western New York Railway Historical Society.
Built by the Chesapeake&Ohio RR in 1965 and originally numbered SP - 25. Equipped with Pere Marquette trucks, #914025 weighs in at 42,800 lbs and is 44'-4" in length. It was last used in service o... (more)
LV #95050 built in July of 1937. Ex CR 18671, nee LV 95050. Waiting restoration by the Western New York Railway Historical Society.