NYS&W Railway Northern Division Pictorial- Marathon

Pictures are in date order.    

September 2, 2007

Northbound 3010 along the Tioughnioga River just north of the village on a beautiful Sunday before Labor Day.  While peaceful today, the river has long been a threat to the railroad and the surrounding communities, particularly during spring thaws and heavy summer storms.

Joshua K. Blay

March 27, 2004

3012 was on the south end of this years "Maple Leaf Express."

Joshua K. Blay

March 28, 2004

3040 was on the other end.  Consist was 4 LIRR cars, M-5, and a former UP dome, sometimes called the "Popemobile."

Joshua K. Blay

December 16, 2003

BH2 heading north.

Joshua K. Blay

April 5, 2003

The first "Maple Leaf Express" has arrived in time to bring passengers and VIPs for the re-opening of the restored Marathon depot.

Joshua K. Blay

April 5, 2003

The restored ticket counter inside the depot.

Joshua K. Blay

April 5, 2003

2402 and 2400 were at the north end, 4008 was at the south end.

Joshua K. Blay

April 10, 1999 The first "Maple Leaf Express" train of the day leaves just in time so that train 555 with EMD 6048 can head north. Ken Olsen Jr.