A whole lot of orange. Arcade and Attica 113 pauses at the Curriers depot during the railroad's Beer and Cider Tasting Train. The depot is extra spooky for the Halloween season. This train was sch... (more)
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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.