At sunset NYS&W SU99 rolls west through Oak Ridge, N.J.
The road crew pulls the SU-99 across the Hackensack River bridge as they double their train before departure. While now a single track fixed span, this bridge was once a swing bridge that carried... (more)
A local crew uses the power for the evening's SU-99 to do some final switching of the train before the road crew arrives.
NYS&W SU-99 shatters the silence of Warwick, NY during a damp dusk.
"The Road Local, Thanks to PTC"
Light on the L&HR. One of the classic shots made possible by an early departure of New York, Susquehanna, & Western Railway's SU99 was passing through the famous Roe's Orchard in Chester, New York... (more)
Unusually colorful. An early departure of New York, Susquehanna, & Western Railway's SU99 brought it to Port Jervis, New York at dusk on the evening of Sunday, September 6, 2020 with NYS 3012 (SD3... (more)
SU-99 sits at Cross Street in Bogota NJ waiting for the crew to take it west to Binghamton. In the background, the New York City skyline and the Empire State building are visible.
The use of a step ladder provided just enough elevation to get over the weeds at this location to get a clear shot of NYSW 3012 and 3016 and train SU99 continuing their uphill grind near Oak Ridge... (more)
Susquehanna train SU-99 makes its way across the Hackensack River Bridge as it begins its journey West from Ridgefield Park, NJ to Binghamton, NY. Todays train is powered by the railroads 2 SD33EC... (more)
NYS&W SU-99 comes through the series of rock cuts above NJ Route 23 at Stockholm.
NYS&W SU-99 with both SD33-ECOs sandwiching the GMTX 9000 crosses Madison and Ellison Ave crossing in Paterson, NJ.
NYSW SD33ECOs 3012 and 3016 (both originally SP tunnel motors) are in charge of train SU99 racing upgrade through the Rock Cut at Oak Ridge, NJ high above Route 23 on its way west to Binghamton.
NYS&W SU-99 with the railroad's dual SD33-ECOs run parallel to I-287 in Franklin Lakes, outrunning some afternoon thunderstorms hitting to the north.
NYS&W SU-99 passes the retaining wall of Charlottesburg Reservoir, near where the NYS&W used to interchange with the CNJ at Green Pond Junction.