Adirondack Scenic Railroad representative Al Heywood, who made all the arrangements for the Adirondack Flyer. Photo taken inside Utica Station.
Boarding passengers at Utica.
Passengers enjoying first class accommodations.
Enjoying first class accommodations.
Al Heywood and Doug Preston narrating the history of the Adirondack Division during the trip to Thendara. Doug is the local railroad historian and President of the Utica & Mohawk Valley Chapter of the NRHS.
Al Gorney is in charge of diesel engine power on the Adirondack Scenic Railroad.
Passengers enjoyed their ride aboard a comfortable, air conditioned coach. At left is John Mech, NYCSHS Member of the Local Organizing Committee and created the two convention booklets.
Adirondack Scenic Railroad volunteer crew.
The old Forestport Station.
The station at Wood Gate has been restored to a year round residency.
Beautiful Adirondack scenery.
Enjoying the scenery from the open doors of the baggage car.
Arriving at Thendara station for lunch break.
John and Kathy Mech walking to the Picnic Pavilion at Thendara station.
Steve Brown NYCSHS carrying the box lunches to the Picnic Pavilion.
The engine performs its runaround move in preparation for return to Utica. Locomotive is borrowed from the Mohawk, Adirondack & Northern, an Alco C-425, built in 1964 for Erie Lackawanna as 2455 and later sold to BC Rail before coming to the Adirondacks.
NYCSHS members are eating their very good box lunches at the Picnic Pavilion at Thendara Station.
Boarding the train at Thendara for the return to Utica.
A brief stopover at the restored Remsen depot. The station is a recreation, as the original had been torn down years ago.
A brief stopover inside Remsen depot.
NYC caboose 19509 is on display at Remsen depot.
The end of our journey at Utica Union Station.30. At right center is Ernie Mann NYCSHS, Local Organizing Committee, Author of The Railroads of Rensselaer and a presenter at the convention.
NYC 6721 is on display at Utica Union Station.
From the pedestrian overpass, looking back along our train at Utica Union Station. Amtrak trains stop here, and CSX Chicago Line freights pass through here as well.