West end of Selkirk Yard is active this late afternoon, as B789 is doubling their train with a fresh CP rebuilt GE, a hump switcher job pulls up to switch onto a yard track and shove a line of car... (more)
If I had to pick one locomotive to symbolize first generation diesels, it would be EMD's F7, some 3,849 of which were built for service in the US, Canada, and Mexico. New York Central 1783, not ye... (more)
From the wayback machine: a view from Ben's Bridge.
C30-7As 6550/79/85/55 head out of Selkirk Yard.
GP40-2 6220 leads SD50s 8547 and 8619 east out of Selkirk yard.
The yard workers build a train for the next southbound to leave the Selkirk Yard.
Standard cab is a nice break from wides.
SD80MACs 4104 and 4110 leave Selkirk yard with a Boston line freight.
C30-7As relegated to trimming the East end of Selkirk Yard.
Conrail C30-7As 6558/57/69/60 roll a freight from the Boston line into the reception sidings at Selkirk Yard.
Not many of these left, a YN2 SD40-2 works one of the yard jobs in Selkirk as Q263 pulls in off the B&A.
GP40-2 in the middle of AC44s lead the lines of power to head out of Selkirk later this evening.
With the recent announcement that the demolition of "Ben's Bridge" over the central portion of Selkirk Yard is underway, scenes like this of the collection of locomotives sitting outside... (more)
An unknown mixed freight awaits its yard orders into the massive Selkirk Yard.