Delaware & Hudson train PYRP rounds the curve at Treichlers, Pennsylvania during its trip from Potomac Yard to Rouses Point, New York. The Susquehanna is the court-appointed operator of the D&H, ... (more)
Arriving from Buffalo, a Delaware Hudson train diverges off of the former Erie main line by the oft-photographed warehouses in Binghamton, New York. Many D&H lashups were rainbow-like since the ex... (more)
D&H Train PYRP comes down the “ramp” into Lehighton, Pennsylvania. The ramp was created in 1967 when competitors Jersey Central and Lehigh Valley entered into a joint trackage agreement and consol... (more)
A New York, Susquehanna & Western B40-8/SD45/B40-8 combo brings Rouses Point-bound RPPY through Packerton Yard. The former Lehigh Valley Packerton car shops stand beyond the power.
A four-month-old Susquehanna B40-8 leads a northbound Delaware & Hudson train past the unused Bevier Street yard office in Binghamton, New York. An SD45 is assisting the GE on what appears to be a... (more)
While a Delaware & Hudson C424m idles on an adjacent track, a northbound freight lead by a Susquehanna B40-8 and SD45 rolls past the abandoned Bevier Street yard office in Binghamton, New York.
A NYSW stack train crosses over the abandoned roadbed of the old D&H Penn Division. My husband told me this used to be a favorite place to railfan at many, many, years ago.
4006 handles a short westbound Southern Division Shipper's Special. The train is running on the original L&HR alignment. The dirt area to the left of the train was the right-of-way of Susquehann... (more)
Built in June 1988, NYSW 4006 was only 2 months old when it hit a dump truck filled with sand in late July 1988 while pulling a 1988 NRHS Convention excursion in New Jersey. I think the accident w... (more)
NYSW Hanjin Stacktrain notching it up on its way to New Jersey.
Westbound D&H hopper train with two B40s and a GATX SD40-2.
Seen over the short right field fence of the park's ball field.
Niether the swings ,nor the baseball field to the right, see much action in the chill of early April.