The B&H heads down W Chemung Street in downtown Painted Post NY with LAL 423 and B&H 416 as they head to the interchange with the Norfolk Southern.
LAL 423 and BH 416 slowly approach "Post" with a long train of LPG tank cars to interchange with NS.
It's off to work they go, just as the Livonia Avon & Lakeville has since 1965.
55 ALCOs still are operating in New York state. Here two get a wash. The Livonia Avon & Lakeville fleet are well taken care of-- cosmetically and mechanically.
After delivering a WNYP freight to the NS interchange, a pair of LAL Alcos pause in front of the tower at this former EL yard.
The Erie mainline had two routes through Millers Station, just east of Cambridge Springs. I was stanging on the long-abandoned High Line bridge to photograph this WNY&P train for Meadville which ... (more)