As solid CSX lashups go, this one wasn't too bad. "Double-O Three" heads west past the NYC mast at CP 37.
Hotshot intermodal Q017 charges westward past the NYC brackets at QD 37.
H2 power continues the parade of intermodal traffic underneath the ATSF intermediates at Bucklin.
A BNSF stack train barrels east under one of the few untouched ATSF bridge signals left on the TransCon.
The setting sun glints off of the side of Q020 as it charges east with a GEVO combination of CSX and UP. This shot was made possible by an extremely low Mohawk River.
Q364 traverses the bridge at Pattersonville with a nice lashup in charge.
This train is the ex-Q626, running from Buffalo to Selkirk. This route hardly merits the local designation that the train runs with. Either way, it is nearing its destination on this windswept l... (more)
Eastbound stacks trundle over the bridge at Pattersonville with stacks for the NYC metro.
A lashup like this is not seen very often anymore. Two YN2 units lead westbound empty racks onto the Mohawk Sub, one of them a Dash 8.
Two YN3 GEs are in charge of a westbound bomb train as it charges through Fonda, continuing the onslaught of traffic over this section of railroad on an extremely busy day.
Stacks for Chicago blow through the village of Fonda with standard power on a windy but clear spring day.
A westward crude oil empties train is seen from across the river passing Lock 13. Powering this train are three BNSF motors including one in the railroad's H1 paint scheme.
The first rays of sun for the day light Q272, an intermodal move that sports an auto train's designation, as it moves through Riverside Park and CP 175.
Two armor yellow units pulling and two pushing on the back end take this intermodal move west on the Sunset Route past the Imperial Sugar factory.
Two KCS motors in the "Southern Belle" livery bring a lengthy haul of stacks through Sugar Land past the Imperial Sugar plant, running alongside US Route 90A.