Alco RS-1 NYSW 252 in Bicentennial Pain sits by the roundhouse at Little Ferry, NJ, on May 3, 1976. John Treen Photo, collection of Timothy Tonge.
The Susquehanna’s bicentennial RS1 spends the weekend with a GP18 at the road’s Little Ferry, New Jersey engine terminal. The NYS&W’s diesel roster, originally a group of mid-1940’s Alco switchers... (more)
Before the stack trains, the little Suquehanna railroad was starving and would have gone broke. Attorney and railfan Walter Rich purchased it and little-by-little he added trackage and customers.... (more)
Susquehanna Alco RS-1 # 252 decked out in red, white, and blue rides the turn table at Little ferry yard.
Much to my delight, I found this Susquehanna RS-1 on the Lackawaxen & Stourbridge.
New York, Susquehanna & Western RS1 252 was painted for the country's Bicentenial Celebration. Here she's seen working the Edgewater yard in front of the already long abandoned Ford Plant (which ... (more)