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Remembering The Red-Hooded Stepchild: The St. Lawrence & Hudson (And #5690)

<<<< April 16, 2009    Next date: August 3, 2008 >>>> The railroad that never was…. Or the railroad that never should have been might be a kinder (if not more accurate) way of describing Canadian Pacific‘s short-lived, lovechild of the 90s, the St. Lawrence & Hudson railroad. Taken word-for-word from Wikipedia.org, they define the […]

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Searchlights And Standard Cabs: Classic (20th Century) Railroading On The Sunbury Line

First of all, YES, the year is 2015. But here in Northeast Pa. you might not know that the rest of the country is overrun with Tier 4s, ACs, GEVOs & SD70-things…. It just goes to show how unique the operations can be in NEPA and see why it gets so much attention from railfans, railroad […]

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The Last Canadian Pacific / Delaware & Hudson Train On The Sunbury Subdivision

Next 1000 >>>> There are days in railfanning that we never forget…. Likewise, there are days in railfanning that we should never forget. Along the way there are railroads that we’ve come to endear but sometimes have to bid farewell to. It’s common knowledge throughout the railfanning community that today is the long-awaited or maligned […]

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Whatever Happened To The Cincinnati Railway #381?

Cincinnati Railway F40PH #381 How many times have you heard me say, “Shoot it now because you never know when it’ll be gone….” Tomorrow is promised to no one and in the case of railroad photography, neither is a second chance. I ran across the Cincinnati Railway excursion train along Riverside Drive near the Prospect Hills […]

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Welcome To Trains 21.org

Welcome to American railroading in the 21st century!… As we begin this journey in January of 2015 I couldn’t think of a better way to get things moving than by taking a look at the overall railroad picture of U.S.. The image below was taken from the January 2015 issue of Trains Magazine and gives […]

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