WNYP OL-1 billows some classic ALCo smoke as it ducks under the deactivated signals at North Eldred, this day on it's way to Turtle Point.
Western New York & Pennsylvania MLWs are seen at the carrier's service facility in Olean, New York on the evening of August 5, 2019.
Western New York & Pennsylvania M630 Nș630 is southbound at Eldred, Pennsylvania on August 6, 2019.
A Western New York and Pennsylvania Railroad (WNYP) Sand Train is seen here heading south as they pass through the small town of Turtlepoint, PA, on a misty morning
A Western New York and Pennsylvania Railroad (WNYP) Sand Train is seen here stopped at Eldred, PA, getting fuel before heading on south to Port Allegany on a misty morning
A Western New York and Pennsylvania Railroad (WNYP) Sand Train heads south as they pass through Eldred, PA, on their way to Port Allegany on a misty morning
The soon to be retired six axle alcos take the turn off the ex Erie main and on to the ex Pennsy Buffalo Line to head down to Turtle Point with sand loads.
WNYP 630 takes leads the Driftwood Turn into Driftwood, Pennsylvania.
The WNYP Driftwood turn has finished its pick up of empty stone hoppers in Turtlepoint and is getting underway southbound behind a trio of MLW six-axle locomotives.
Three of the WNYP's fleet of six axle Alcos are on the point of the southbound run of the Driftwood turn. The train is seen here passing under a road overpass as it enters Port Allegheny PA.
The return of the Salamanca Turn, back to Olean with a C630M & M636, complete with a smoke show.
After interchanging with the Buffalo & Pittsburgh in Salamanca, the crew of the return trip to Olean get the train underway. The big MLWs respond with large clouds of black smoke.
2 of the WNYP's big MLWs (C630M & M636) have just departed Salamanca after picking up the conductor. The friendly engineer spoke to us prior to departing Salamanca and promised to put on some sm... (more)
The two CP locomotives #4501 and #4563 are shunting in the Sudbury station.
Two of the Delaware Lackawanna's three six axled units await assignment early this morning.