Q381 is the last train of the day...but there's always tomorrow!
Q111 is riding reds and yellows with Q633 struggling just ahead.
Q633 struggles up the South Byron Hill.
These crossbucks have seen many years of the rails they guard.
Q393 waits by the Fire Hall for its outbound crew.
309 climbs a grade as he approaches CP-MARILLA.
The massive stone arches inside the terminal are representative of what the might New York Central once was. It's decay, however, is representative of what it became.
The Union News Company and a Liquor Store are two of many shops in the terminal, standing before the entrance to the Train Concourse.
The old ticket windows still stand inside Buffalo Central Terminal. After many years of decay, the terminal is finally in good hands and is slowly being restored to its former glory.
NS 309 gets back up to speed after stalling as he climbed West out of Attica, only to slow to 10 MPH for a run through the siding to get around some MOW work.
Amtrak 48 "The Lakeshore Limited" rolls through Churchville.
Q169 flies through Churchville, NY, as the only train I would catch in sunlight all day long.
The B36-7 in consist seems to be smoking a tad bit...
Amtrak 283 follows Q111 through what's left of the derailment site.
Q111 passes a boxcar from the Churchville derailment back in February with stormy skies in the background.