At the Salamanca Railroad Museum is a plaque commemorating two railroaders who were killed in a head-on collision. 424 can be seen idling way in the background, crewless.
SIJB heads into downtown Mount Jewett, passing the rural countryside.
SIJB is near the top of the grade as it passes some fall foliage in Bingham.
SIJB approaches Mount Jewett as they cruise along a long straightaway.
SIJB passes a CPL signal that has been turned sideways in anticipation of its removal.
SIJB sets off some cars before picking up the GP9 and several other cars and heading South.
SIJB is heading South, slowing for a stop in Foster Brook to do some switching.
The B&P southbound idles away in Salamanca, awaiting its crew so it can head South.
The leaves are starting to change color in Churchville as Q285 heads West with a venerable (and increasingly rare) SD45 rebuild trailing.
Q386 comes out of the golden sunset after a huge downpour.
Q381 passes the bridge abundment on the old West Shore Railroad line.
Q627 with one of the last GP40's on the roster heads West beneath the former Erie bridge in Batavia.
Q279 has an old friend leading it today. To my knowledge, 4601 is one of the last Conrail painted SD80MAC on CSX.
A view of the GBW logo on the side of a C424 from the cab of the Seminole Gulf C425.
The light glints off of LA&L RS-1 #20 as it sits buried in the shops.