Alco S2 85 leads an afternoon Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad fall foliage excursion around the bend as it makes its return into Titusville, Pennsylvania after crossing over Oil Creek. The trees a... (more)
As the engineer throttles up the Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad's freshly repainted MLW M420W, the MLW smokes it up as it leads northbound freight as it comes into Titusville, Pennsylvania. The t... (more)
An Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad local job rolls west on the industrial Fieldmore Branch line in Titusville, Pennsylvania behind the recently repainted MLW M420W 3568 that now wears the railroad... (more)
With an Alco doubleheader of an S2 and M420W, the Oil Creek & Titusville local pulls off of the industrial line through Titusville, Pennsylvania in golden evening sun. The crew will then shove the... (more)
The Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad's M420W rolls across the branch line through the industrial area of Titusville, Pennsylvania, passing between the Charter Plastics building on the right, and th... (more)
Oil Creek & Titusville M420W smokes it up as it rolls past S2 85 as it pulls freight along the yard tracks on the east side of Titusville, Pennsylvania. The 3568 has been freshly repainted into th... (more)
One of the Oil Creek & Titusville's Alco S2's leads the northbound leg of an excursion trip as it crosses the truss bridge over Oil Creek in Petroleum Center, Pennsylvania.
The Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad's freshly repainted MLW M420W leads northbound freight as it comes into Titusville, Pennsylvania and crosses over Oil Creek and the Oil Creek State Park Trail o... (more)
Freshly painted Oil Creek & Titusville M420 #3568 pulls a photo freight through the yard at Titusville past the idling S-2 #85.
OCTL 85 sits along side of the Buffalo Structural Steel Building on a late summer afternoon. This Alco switcher was build in March of 1950. It served under South Buffalo Railway and New York and L... (more)
OCTL 3568 ran through in the autumnal tints.
3568 sun bathing along side the Buffalo Structural Steel Building near Perry Street Station.
I title this one, BUSTED!!! as I unintentionally bust a visiting volunteer with an Ohio tourist line checking out the Oil Creek Valley eye candy. My intended target for the photo was the l... (more)
Oilcreek & Titusville excursion returns on one of her final runs of the season, a gorgeous fall afternoon with a full train of happy customers.
Oilcreek & Titusville brakeman sets the switch to do the run around move required at the end of the line on the Oil Creek river, with the station in the background.