For years, this was used as a sand car at the Bevier Street yard engine facility. When the D&H moved to East Binghamton yard, this car didn't make the trip.
The colors of D&H: GP39-2 7402 in Guilford charcoal and orange, GP39-2 7412 in Reading green and yellow (still!), and RS-11 5002 in late-1970s blue and yellow.
Northbound D&H freight with two CPs and a Springfield Terminal SD26.
Three ex-BN SD45s on a westbound Sea-Land stacker.
A pair of 1963-vintage Alcos in yard duty.
Train 553 was always a magnet for CP's MLW diesels. Here, an M636, 2 C424s, and an RS-18 head north.
A pair of RS-18s on a yard job.
How to salvage a location where, in late afternoon, eastbounds are backlit and barely sidelit: resort to pan shots.
The recently painted switcher (ex-B&M 1224) rests alonside SD26 641 (ex-ATSF).
BURP! Among Alcos and MLWs, this is socially acceptable behavior.
4720 rolls by the last remaining barn in the village of Port Dickinson.
The stadium is the home of the New York Mets' AA minor league team. The outfielder doesn't appear interested in the westbound MLW beyond the fence.
Two RS-18s and an SD40-2 crossing over Court Street.