WNYP 637 arriving “Turtle” with the Northbound Driftwood turn. After a nice day long chase of the WNYP this was the final shot of the day. WNYP would tie down here in the siding and call it a day.
Three of the WNYP's fleet of six axle Alcos are on the point of the southbound run of the Driftwood turn. The train is seen here passing under a road overpass as it enters Port Allegheny PA.
One of the most popular railroads in the country right now is the WNYP. They are one of the few remaining railroads in the country with an all Alco fleet and it is soon to be changing. With AC6000... (more)
As the morning sun rises, the crews of the WNYP get their power started up for the days operations.
The return of the Salamanca Turn, back to Olean with a C630M & M636, complete with a smoke show.
The WNYP OL-3 for Farmers Valley (Smethport), PA is southbound at the state line on former PRR trackage near Portville, NY.
Hornell turn from Olean blasts through Wellsville toward Hornell
RRPX 41 and 43 lead Western New York and Pennsylvania Hornell Turn nearing Hornell
Olean based local OL-3 is switching the wax refinery in Farmers Valley
The driftwood turn is just a few miles away from the NS interchange at driftwood with a 4 pack of alcos for power
The driftwood turn is about to pass a pair of local power as it heads towards Driftwood
WNYP's Driftwood Turn heads south through North Eldred.
WNYP 406, an Alco RS3m, is unveiled to the public on June 6 2016, in Olean NY. This is the former D&H 1976/506.
Rumbling along ex-Erie trackage following the slow babble of French Creek, ME-1 returns to Meadville with its pick-ups from Oil City and Rouseville in tow.
Trundling through the sleepy borough of Sugarcreek, ME-1 passes my favorite spot on the Oil City Branch, the sister bridges of Sugarcreek.