ALCos of the Delaware & Ulster Railride

The Delaware & Ulster Railride operates excursion trains in New York state between Arkville and Halcottsville/Roxbury. Ex-Delaware & Hudson RS-36 no. 5017 holds down the trains at the moment. Two S-4 are also on the property as well as a GE 44-ton switcher.

D-H 5017 5107 awaits at Arkville the departure with the afternoon train to Halcottsville, October 4th, 2003. The S-4 to the right is stored.

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Short of Halcottsville 5017 is trundling along state Highway 30, October 3rd, 2003. The Dry Brook Ridge is looming in the distance.

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D-H 5017
D-H 5017 A rear end view of the beautiful ALCo RS-36. Roxbury, October 4th, 2003.

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Bad weather leads to a different approach to photograph moving objects: a panning shot of 5017 at 1/60 exposure time. Near Halcottsville, October 4th, 2003.

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D-H 5017
D-H 5017 5017 is running around its train at Halcottsville. It sure was no fun working in the pouring rain on October 4th, 2003.

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Delaware & Ulster 1012 (ALCo S-4) at Arkville, NY, October 4th, 2003.

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D-U 1012
D-U 5106 Delaware & Ulster 5106 (ALCo S-4) at Arkville, NY, October 4th, 2003.

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