WNYP C430 #431 is seen here on the rear of a Western New York and Pennsylvania Railroad (WNYP) Train as they head west through Olean, NY.
A WNYP crew shuffles some power at the locomotive shop in Olean, NY. The M&E heritage of WNYP 431 is more than obvious, and its red paint has held up well enough over the past few decades. WNYP ... (more)
Operating long-hood forward, a solo 4-axle Alco continues southbound with a short cut of cars on a chilly fall morning. The crew has to shift out Turtlepointe as well as pick up three units from P... (more)
A solo C430 running long hood forward passes underneath the retired PRR signal bridge just south of the New York border. This unit has has had its fair share of paint as it was originally built fo... (more)
One of WNYP's Alco C430's takes loads from the wax plant at Farmer's Valley along the old Pennsylvania Railroad Buffalo Line at Eldred, PA.
Classic Alco power rests at the WNYP's Olean Yard. Photo taken on private property with WNYP permission.
A pair C430s take the day off as the Driftwood Turn comes swinging around on the main at Emporium.
The Wax Train is headed south.
One of the hardest to get jobs on the WNYP is OL-3, Hornell Turn. Yesterday we lucked out when we learned it will be ordered at noon out of Olean. So here is OL-3 on the return trip from Hornell a... (more)
Back from morning switching duties, 431 rests.
WNYP "slingshot", the Olean to Falconer turn, heads West at Vandalia with a 74 car train on a nice fall afternoon.
Three Alco's sit tied down in Meadville yard on a cold and clear December's night. If you look closely you can see the 431 shooting sparks out the stack as it idles away.
A pair of C-430s haul 24 cars up the grade at Almond Lake.