Penn Central train NS-1 (New Haven/Cedar Hill to Selkirk via Springfield) climbs the Berkshire hills through Huntington, MA behind an ex-NYC U25B and an ex-NH RS-11, RS-3, and GP9.
Q427 skirts along Route 20 in Huntington, MA with an unusual SD40-2 in the lead. This was a nice change of pace from the wide cab GEs that dominate the Berkshire Subdivision.
Black Diamonds in The Berkshires: Bow, NH bound CSX N618 rounds the curve in Huntington, MA at track speed. This is the first time since the late 1990s that a dedicated coal train has run ... (more)
One of those rare cases where the planets all allign up for a magical shot. Check; two now rarely seen matched pair of consecutively numbered SD80MACs returning for an unusual run over their form... (more)
A late evening running Q425 from West Springfield thunders through Huntington along Rte 20.
The train you can always count on, Q022, makes it's routine mid-morning appearance in the Berkshires, seen coming into the tight-knit community of Huntington, MA, en route to Worcester, MA.
"Coming down the mountain" Cutting through the heavy fog off the Mountain, Hotshot Q022 coast eastbound through Huntington along Rte 20.
Q022 paces along Route 20 in Huntington, MA with the last YN2 SD60M in the lead.
Making quick work of the Grade in perfect evening light, CSX Q293, empty autoracks from East Brookfield hustles uphill through Huntington along route 20.
During early Conrail the power was colorful. I call this one foamers dream team.
TV9 the UPS freight on the homestretch to Worcester.
A former Conrail Dash 8 leads Boston bound Q122 downgrade through the snow covered Berkshire Hills.
P915 follows US Rt 20 east through the town of Huntington, MA.
Momentarily breaking the early morning silence, an eastbound intermodal catches the first rays of sunrise
As the sun rises over the valley, a second intermodal train crosses the Westfield River in Huntington on a cold Sunday morning