A Westbound Amtrak train hammers over the connector track to the old Peanut Line (now owned by the DL&W).
Q633 passes one of the many NYC-era mile markers along the Water Level Route.
Q285 passes over the Batavia dragger with a somewhat unusual consist (especially the ex-Amtrak FL-9 back in the shadows).
A weed-spraying train heads West.
Q157 sails past Batavia Yard.
Q119 overtakes a stalled Q627.
Q377 with an ex-Conrail B40-8 trailing rolls into the interlocking.
Q112 follows V790 through the crossover at CP 417.
V790 is just a few hundred feet from the highest point on the Water Level Route as he crosses over from 2 to 1 at CP 417 to get around Q377 (with a nice pair of Soo Line units, might I add).
Q351 struggles up the South Byron Hill with less than a mile to the top of it.
Q293 with 18 cars has an easy day today!
An increasingly-rare B36-7 leads W064 back to Frontier Yard in beautiful late afternoon sunlight.
Crossbucks and flashers glisten in the late afternoon sun.
Q285 passes Q164.