Early morning drilling. SD40E, rebuilt from CSX SD40-2 8130; nee Seaboard 8130. Gotta dig the radiator flares.
I know there is a red corvette in the upper left; but my money is on the speedboat in this race up the Hudson. No drones were used or abused in the taking this photograph.
H1 C44-9W leads southbound K train down the River sub.
First light streaks across Snakehole Creek along with a northbound.
Heavy morning fog along the Hudson.
One of CSX' ET44AHs leads a southbound.
Quartet of GEs juct tucked under the Bear Mountain Bridge as they continue south along the Hudson.
First northbound at first light of day.
Two SD60s and a former Cp, now DM&E SD40-2 lead ethanol cans onto Iona Island.
Rolling by the worksite at M.P. 42.5. New steel retaining walls for the abutments of the Popolopen Creek trestle.
Sitting in the Summer sun, this former Alaska Railroad F7, takes the day off.
Ethanol heads down the Hudson.
Getting into position for boarding passengers for the Brunch excursion to Big Moose.
Rust never sleeps...and sometimes gets creative.