ALCos of the Livonia, Avon & Lakeville Railroad

The Livonia, Avon & Lakeville is almost famous for not only being an all-ALCo road but keeping the locomotives in a perfect condition. In recent time the company expanded service not only around the namesake towns but operates the Bath & Hammondsport Railroad and the new Western New York and Pennsylvania Railroad, all located in New York state.

LAL 20 Spotless ALCo RS-1 no. 20 is busy shuffling cars around the Lakeville yard on October 2nd, 2003.

Rolf Stumpf photo
On October 3rd, LAL's 420 (C-420) and 425 (C-425) are in charge of the train to Genesee Junction. and are just about to cross Martin Road south of Mortimer.

Rolf Stumpf photo
LAL 420
LAL 420 After having picked an outbound car at customer in Mortimer 420 and 425 slowly roll over the tracks of Rochester Southern towards Genesee Jct., October 3rd, 2003. The left track is a CSX line that bypasses Rochester.

Rolf Stumpf photo

Photos of the stored locomotives

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Last update 23.10.03