Head to the Northeast to see the Livonia Avon & Lakeville Railroad and the Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad. The Livonia Avon & Lakeville Railroad is an ALCo powered Shortline that begins in Lakeville, New York and travels 27 miles into the Rochester Metro. This is former Erie Lackawanna and Conrail trackage that travels through scenic rural New York with several small towns and depots. The exciting LA&L train action includes both yard switching and road freights. The Alco diesel models include: RS1, S2, C420, C424, C425 and C430.
The Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad is an ALCo powered Shortline that operates over 300 miles of former Erie Lackawanna and Pennsylvania Railroad trackage. Rail operations are based out of Olean, New York where you’ll see WNY&P ALCo train action including switching and road freights. The scenic Buffalo Line features the driftwood turn job that includes the steep 2.2% climb over Keating Summit in Pennsylvania. WNY&P Alco’s include: C424, C425, C430, M630 and M636.