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Engineer Jimmy is at the throttle of the 11 O'clock train out of Arcade, NY.
Rural Railroadin' on the A&A
Welcome to small town USA on the Arcade and Attica.
This static display of the A&A's first diesel #110 still with a boxcar and caboose sits proudly in the village. Giving great photo opportunities to anyone who strolls along.
An Arcade & Attica freight is southbound approaching Java Center.
Arcade & Attica #18 builders plate.
With orange trim on the engine and coaches returned to their DL&W-era pullman green, Arcade & Attica Railroad No.18 still knows how to strike a pose in this Memorial Day Weekend 2014 shot.
After an hour and a half stop at Curriers, ARA 18 runs around the train to head back toward Arcade.
As the Arcade and Attica crew heads to North Java with a short train, it passes an old mill with a classic '57 Chevy wagon parked in front.
Fireman Brad Mapes makes some adjustments to ARA #18 and smiles while talking to passengers.
ARA #18 crosses over the Cattaraugus Creek Bridge.
ARA #18 heads to Curriers.