The scrapper is hard at work as a wounded 2044 looks on. Was a sad sight indeed.
A gathering of "dinosaurs". Note the red 3rd rail pick-up shoes on the trucks of the 5019. Both are in the down position.
Built for the New York Central and now owned by Amtrak, the 267 is awaiting a train from Grand Central.
T Motor backing down onto train--note carman sitting on platform next to first car
Generally a P42 will not venture south of Albany. When one does, as in this case, it will either run into Penn Station on diesel or be towed in by an AEM7.
Retired unit awaits to be scrapped on site of usuable parts.
Metro Norths GP35-R is seen here on display at Metro North's Croton-Harmon shops open house.
MNRR FL9 2012 In the Croton Harmon Shops drunig their Open House.
Former CUT engine still hard at work since built in 1930 and picking up trains from Hudsons. Honeywell Pentax H1a; Ektachrome
Two classics. The P2a dates from 1929-30 and the S2 goes back to 1906. Honeywell Pentax H1a; Ektachrome
2017 sits coupled to Metro-North's ex New York Central battery powered "switcher". The switcher isn't used anymore.
Engine change from electric to diesel after arrival from Grand Central Terminal