• Private equipment collection at Colonie and Glenmont

  • Pertaining to all railroading subjects, past and present, in New York State.
Pertaining to all railroading subjects, past and present, in New York State.

Moderator: Otto Vondrak

  • 547 posts
  • 1
  • 33
  • 34
  • 35
  • 36
  • 37
  by lvrr325
 
I didn't want to sit and read back through the entire thread as far as what went where. As noted the FA went on it's own wheels. IIRC a caboose and possibly a boxcar were trucked out relatively recently, there was some question on permits and ownership but they're gone now.
  by scottychaos
 
The D&H caboose that was at Colonie was said to be No. 35706.
Notations in older threads/posts say it was going to the Upper Hudson River RR..
dont know if it actually made it there or not.. google isnt helping me find out right now.

Scot
  by scottychaos
 
More on the caboose, from old posts in this thread:

Sun Mar 10, 2013
jakirk wrote:I drove by Colonie today, and the caboose and boxcar in the deadline are gone. I don't know if they were saved or scrapped.
Tue Mar 12, 2013
traingeek8223 wrote:Boxcar is said to be going somewhere to be used as storage. No word on the caboose. Both were trucked off site and not scrapped. This info from local railfan observations.
Mon Apr 15, 2013
RussNelson wrote:I know where the caboose, boxcar, and shop trucks went. I won't say, but trust me that they're in good hands, and are MUCH more likely to be restored now.
And thats it..there were some more posts about who removed the boxcar and caboose (the person was never named, but some people in this thread know who he is. (I dont))
But after those posts from 2013, there have been no more updates about where the caboose and boxcar actually went..

Scot
  by RussNelson
 
BR&P wrote:2013? One would think that after 6 years, the need for secrecy would be long past.
Depends on who might care. Possession is 9/10ths of the law, but that sticky 1/10th could mean trouble. The caboose went to someone who does fine wood-work and loves trains. I haven't been back there since, but I have no doubt that they have gone to a better place than the D&H yard.
  by Engineer Spike
 
All remaining equipment at Colonie has been cut up as of a month or so ago. First they had asbestos removal people there. Sometime a while ago the ex Albany Port switcher and the B&M (ed D&H) disappeared. The final project scrapped the D&H streamlined coach, the arched roof, and the stainless sleeper. The Port RS3 and the S1, which was north of the 155 bridge were all cut up.
  by lvrr325
 
Previously posted in this thread:
scottychaos wrote:Post on Facebook today, with a photo. The Alco RS3 and all but one of the passenger cars at Colonie are now scrapped. One passenger car remains, on its side. Will also be scrapped within the next day or two.

Scot
  • 1
  • 33
  • 34
  • 35
  • 36
  • 37