Genesee Valley ALCo S6 number 1044 brings a solo gondola back from the CSX interchange as it crosses over the Tonawanda Creek in Batavia.
GVT Corp ALCo S6 number 1044 and MLW RS18 number 1801 sit in the ex-New York Central roundhouse in Batavia, NY on a June evening.
GVT alco S6 number 1044 slowly moves out of the engine house in Batavia NY to start a morning of switching, passing loaded scrap cars spotted at the transload track.
DL Alco S6 number 1044 pulls out of the ex NYC roundhouse in Batavia to start its morning of switching on the GVT.
A veteran Alco S6 is working this mornings switching duties on Genesse Valley Transportation in Batavia NY. It is seen here crossing over the only grade crossing with crossing gates on the system... (more)
As the morning clouds break and sunlight starts to appear, GVT Alcos numbered 1044 (Alco S6) and 1801 (MLW RS18) wait to be started and pulled out of their bays for the days switching.
Alco S6 1044 eases out of the Batavia roundhouse on a beautiful February morning in western New York.
Genesee Valley Transportation crews shuffle around the S6 locomotive on to the pit track in the roundhouse as they get ready to start the days work in Batavia, New York. Locomotives:DL... (more)
An Alco S6 idles outside the engine house at the GVT's Batavia Division. A pile of treated wood poles, one of the commodities transloaded at the yard here, frames the locomotive before the day's w... (more)
Alco S6 DL 1044 idles in the morning sunshine as RS-18 1801 gets a jump start from a welder inside the shop to start the day at Genesee Valley Transportation. Locomotives:DL 1044 S6more)
DL&W master mechanic Roger is carefully lifting off the front vents on DL&W 1044 so they can be lubed.
The DL 1044 switches a customer's small yard early in the morning. CSX's symbol for this train is Z341, but until they are on CSX rails that symbol will not be made offficial. To see more of my wo... (more)
1044's crew heads back to the engine house to tie up for the day.
1044 idles before being put away for the day.
The engineer waits for the conductor to line the switch back to the main.