All is quiet in the Goodman Yard on a beautiful Thanksgiving morning in Rochester NY.
Older CR power hustles a train of empty hoppers West on the old NYC Water Level Route.
The blizzard of 1999 left deep snow. A large pile of snow in a parking lot provided this vantage point of an Eastbound CR freight with an SD-38 and slug trailing the 2 lead units.
Winter weather arrived early in December of 1979. There is plenty of snow and ice on this set of power working at Goodman Street Yard.
A 3 builder lashup of an RS-32, U25-B, and GP-35.
Hard to decide which is more interesting - the RS-32 or the old fuel truck?
Q381 stops to make their pick-up in Rochester.
Q381 makes their pick-up in Rochester.
SOO 6031 leads CSX Q633, making a pickup at Goodman St. yard, Rochester NY
Another shot of Q625 sitting next to the yard office.
Q625 had a not-so-common leader tonight as they prepare to make their pick-up in Rochester. The crew would end up outlawing here, and this train wouldn't move until 7:15 the following morning.
Two freshly painted LTEX units await pickup in the Rochester CSX yard. Next to them idle brand new CSX road power waiting to take an empty coal train to Buffalo, and the standard yard power.
Q627 rolls past Rochester Yard and a stopped S393 (who is unable to work the yard due to a broken rail).