The Batten Kill celebrated 40 years of service on this day bt displaying their collection of ALCOs and the unveiling of 5015.
A day off for 5012.
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.
The Battenkill Railroads both operating Alcos bring their train across the Owl Kill River as they approach the end of the line at Eagle Bridge, NY,
Originally TC, this unit was switching. At times it was a slug mom but on this date the unit was teamed with a C420. I wish now we had shot some of those US Steel hoppers.
National Locomotive was a start up locomotive rebuilder on the propery of the Morristown & Erie Railroad in Morristown NJ. They had a bunch of retired Norfolk & Western RS36s and RS11s that they w... (more)
A mid-February warm spell is not good for the snowmobile trails but the sunny day and 48 degree temps are great for chasing the southbound Battenkill with RS-36 5012 leading the train south of Shu... (more)
Battenkill Railroad crosses the Hoosic River at Eagle Bridge with the D&H paint inspired RS-36 5012
The areas newest locomotive SC&H Alco RS1 3501 crosses the Hoosic River along with SNEX 5012 arriving at her new home on the Battenkill Railroad at Eagle Bridge, NY
Battenkill Railroad 5012 at Shushan, NY
Rails & Ales.
Southern New England Railway (SNEX) RS-36 no. 5012 (ALCO, 1962-1963) is seen next to the former Cambridge station, which is now occupied by the Argyle Brewing Co. I can on... (more)
Southern New England Railway (SNEX) RS-36 no. 5012 (ALCO, 1962-1963) is in the foreground of another shot from the Batten Kill Railroad 40th anniversary celebration. Also se... (more)
Southern New England Railroad RS-36 no's 5012 and 5016 are seen in front of the former station at Cambridge, NY. The two locomotives are wearing paint schemes of the Delaw... (more)
Alco RS-36 5012 and 5015 at Cambridge during the Battenkill Railroad's 40th anniversary celebration on 10/22/2022
Celebrating Batten Kill's fortieth year, former Delaware & Hudson 5015's new paint has been unveiled. Earlier in the day, the 5015 was christened honoring C.J. Mac Dermot:
a D&H CMO.