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The Marion River Carry Railroad
More Images from the Lower Carry. Notice the flat car on the left and the cars on the dock. One of them is an open-car that we see in most photos, but the other appears to be a closed car NOT like we are used to seeing.
These two photos are from page 232 of "Annual report of the Forest, Fish and Game Commission of the State of New York" (Courtesy of The Smithsonian Library)
From page 232 of "Annual report of the Forest, Fish and Game Commission of the State of New York" (1900) Smithsonian Library.
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GREENWICH JUNCTION, N.Y. — A group of railfans gathered three preserved and operational Alco locomotives for a night photo at Greenwich Junction on Dec. 6, 2020, and are also seeking to promote an effort to preserve a former Alco plant switcher.
Photographed at Greenwich Junction, where the Greenwich & Johnsonville Railroad interchanged with the Delaware & Hudson, are Batten Kill Railroad No. 4116, an RS-3 originally built for the D&H, in a 1970s-er Greenwich & Johnsonville paint scheme; RCPX No. 3021, a former Army and Staten Island Transit unit, wearing the scheme S2 locomotives wore when on the D&H, and Southern New England Railroad No. 5012, a former Atlantic & Danville RS-36 in a D&H scheme with Southern New England lettering. The three models, representing types that all operated at the location, also feature the three types of Alco prime movers, the 539, 244, and 251 engines.