Shuffling around tank cars.
Wednesday excursion heads south.
A whole lot of D&H in this frame.
Unveiled for the Batten Kill's 40th anniversary celebration last October, SNEX 5015 sits idle in the sun. Its' paint scheme was inspired by D&H 5015, a one off livery.
CN 8223 is one of two surviving MLW S7 locomotives and believed to be the last operable example to exist serving the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad. Bruce Hodges, president of the Leather... (more)
A pair of Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad Alco S4's see some rare mileage as they are posed in the Village of Cooperstown for a photo charter on a rather gloomy spring afternoon. This also... (more)
The last operating MLW S7 brings the Easter Bunny Express back to the station.
The D&H was a very loyal ALCo customer for its diesels until 1967 when it acquired twelve U30C's from General Electric.
The 23K clears the signals at Pony Farm Rd on a frigid, sub zero degree day in Oneonta, NY.
An aging GG1 shows its heritage, living out its days on a siding at the end of the Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley Railway.
Norfolk Southern train 30T (Montreal, QC - Binghamton, NY) has a duo of Union Pacific locomotives for power as it makes its way southbound through Cooperstown Junction, NY.
Norfolk Southern train 22k (Chicago, IL - Ayer, MA) passes under the signal bridge at the east end of the former D&H yard in Oneonta, NY with an SD60E leading the train.
The conductor on the NS 23k gives a friendly wave as he passes near Pony Farm Road in Oneonta, NY.
It may look a scene out of a layout modeled on the heritage of the Delaware and Hudson, but many of their cars have survived the railroad itself into the modern era. The photo was taken on Tuesday... (more)