After making a wye move at CP-SK out of the “Mat” Yard in Selkirk, the lovable geometry train with the ex-Marc GP40-2W heads south on the River Sub for its next stop at Alsen then Kingston for... (more)
The bright orange BNSF paint stands out against the moody grey winter sky, as loaded oil train K140 with an ES44C4 and an SD75I roll through Ravena.
A rebuilt SD70MAC leads intermodal Q157 north up the river line and is just about into Selkirk, this crew would end up taking the train West to Syracuse.
A matched set of war wagons CSXT 8006 8051 & 8052 head south at QR-126 making a wonderful din on a Sunday morning out of Selkirk.
A colorful short stacker races south.
One of the unloved beetle brow 60Es leads a late morning stacker south out of Selkirk Yard on the CSXT River Sub.
Fresh out of storage SD70s have been working the Selkirk to Camden turn in paired sets. A little worse for wear but sound great!
One of the few remaining SD60Is left running on the CSXT system, rumbles towards CP-SK the day after a damaging blizzard hammered the Hudson River Valley.
Typical mid-November heavy shadows, low clouds, gusty winds and fleeting sunshine prevail as a heavy oil heads south alongside Route 9W.
C711 sporting a newly rebuilt SD40E3 leader and a GP38-2 is rounding the Ravena curve a few miles south of Selkirk.
Coming south out of the morning storm clouds into bright sunshine, a rain shined ex-UP CN C40-8 2029 leads a K652 at QR-126. CSXT engineer Douglas Del Deo commands the loaded ethanol into New Je... (more)
A KCS Belle makes a rare appearance on a CSX intermodal heading south down the River Sub headed for northern New Jersey. Trailing unit is CSX 5441.
A former C&O war wagon leads a loaded oil through the curves out of Selkirk Yard on a frigid Sunday morning.