The Auburn Yard job power departs after putting away the train brought in by the GS-2 from Solvay on Sunday afternoon. Of interest is the new yellow shed.
Drilling cars as the sun sets.
Finger Lakes Railway departs Solvay and heads West for home on Sunday afternoon with 35 cars.
A pair of Finger Lakes Railway's GP38-2's lead the Geneva to Solvay turn GS-2 as it heads back west, crossing the bridge and causeway over the northern end of Cayuga Lake.
Finger Lakes Railway's Yard job builds trains for GS-2, GC-2 and HG-2 on Thursday morning with the Lehigh Valley Railroad inspired scheme of Cornell red with black pin stripes.
Finger Lakes Railway's Himrod to Geneva job has dropped cars at Pre-emption Rd. Yard and will return to the Geneva Yard as light power. The FGLK 2306 is ex Providence & Worchester.
Finger Lakes Railway crosses the Cayuga finger lake causeway on Sunday morning Eastbound for Auburn and Solvay.
The local RCO job is headed through town lite.
Finger Lakes Railway's yard job builds GS-2 on Sunday morning with the Lehigh Valley Railroad inspired paint scheme of Cornell red with black pin stripes.
Finger Lakes Railway departs the Auburn Yard on Sunday afternoon passing the former Auburn Cement Products.
Finger Lakes Railway heads West in the afternoon on Memorial Day with fourth generation Engineer John Parmele.
Finger Lakes Railway heads East in the morning along Seneca Lake on Memorial Day.
Westbound in the afternoon through the small Upstate New York town of Waterloo - the birthplace of Memorial Day.
Eastbound in the morning through the small Upstate New York town of Waterloo - the birthplace of Memorial Day.
Eastbound on Sunday morning.