NYSW's SU-99 from Little Ferry, NJ to Binghamton, NY crosses the Hackensack River shortly after beginning its run. In addition to the SD33-ECO, in the lead are two of the railroads new-to-them SD... (more)
Bound for Binghamton.
NYSW SU-99 runs alongside an industrial drive in Oak Ridge as it continues its climb towards the summit at Stockholm.
The SU-99 to Binghamton, NY crosses Hamburg Turnpike at Excelsior Mills as it grinds up the grade out of Butler.
NYSW 3016 leads the SU-99 across the Passaic River as it enters Patterson from Elmwood Park.
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)
NYS&W SU-99 shatters the silence of Warwick, NY during a damp dusk.
SD60 3810 leads it's train above Rt. 23. as it nears the summit of the grade in Stockholm.
A pair of elephant style EMDs lead the SU-99 across the four-way crossing in Midland Park.
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.
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.
A CSX road slug leads the SU-99 up the grade along Rt. 23.
A colorful and varied consist led this edition of the NYS&W SU-99. Most notable was the CSX mother/slug set that would lead until Sparta, NJ, where they were cut off to be used as local power.
SU-99 crosses the four-way intersection in Midland Park as it begins it's long upgrade fight that will not ultimately end until the summit at Stockholm.
Due to the length of its train, the SU-99 departed from Little Ferry instead of its typical spot at Cross St. in Bogota. Here the train is crossing Mt. Vernon St. in Ridgefield Park at the entran... (more)