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  1. Comin' around the hill

    Comin' around the hill

    Susquehanna Southbound to Binghamton
  2. oxford bridge south bound

    oxford bridge south bound

    Susquehanna Southbound to Binghamton
  3. thru the valley

    thru the valley

    Susquehanna Southbound to Binghamton
  4. A Special Guest

    A Special Guest

    The Suzie-Q's Chinese-built Mikado makes a guest appearance on the Bel-Del.
  5. Foggy Foggy Night

    Foggy Foggy Night

    New York, Susquehanna & Western SD45 3630 by the former Delaware, Lackawanna & Western tower at Conklin (East Binghamton), New York, in 1989.
  6. Beams from the Bridge

    Beams from the Bridge

    A northward train creeps across the Susquehanna River bridge into Harrisburg after sunset in May 2003. Roughly a 2 second exposure with a 300mm lens.
  7. BOOM!

    BOOM!

    Two days after a 20-inch snow storm, a Susquehanna freight literally blasts through the town of Callicoon, New York. The photo pretty much captures the drama of the moment.
  8. President's Day Storm

    President's Day Storm

    A late-running NYS&W SU-100 cuts through the town of Hancock, New York riding the rails of the former Erie Railway. In this snowy view, a former BN SD45 leads the way.
  9. One last race...

    One last race...

    This southbound run from Syracuse to Binghamton in May 2003 will be the last trip on the Susquehanna where this B40-8 is the lead engine. Engineer Jim Farrell enjoys a laugh as the photographers pace him at 30mph, though it 'feels' much faster in this photo.
  10. Bridges at Sunset

    Bridges at Sunset

    The setting sun dips behind debris clouds on a June 2003 evening along the Susquehanna River in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Framing this view is the former Reading Railroad concrete arch bridge, with the catenary poles and position light signals standing tall in the air on the dormant Pennsy bridge.



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