The sun has just peeked over Anthony's Nose as a south
bound heads through the rock cut at Mine Dock.
GE ES40DC 5290 and EMD SD70AC lead, what once was a K train, southbound.
DL-3 returns from Taylor light.
SC-7 power heads to Carbondale light.
403 comes south with an EMD leader.
A pair of River Sub vets lead their train south.
A cold last morning of November. First southbound of my day
gets underway after waiting for two northbound to pass.
Former Erie Mining C420 is at its' final stop. The unit is slated to have its' to parts used to benefit other ALCOs to keep working.
The Batten Kill celebrated 40 years of service on this day bt displaying their collection of ALCOs and the unveiling of 5015.
From the wayback machine: Heading east to Selkirk.
An OG in action. Former Southern high nose Geep 38 still working, now for NYSW.
From the wayback machine: Heading down along the Hudson to Grand Central Terminal.
A sunny June morning and PO-74 passing Snag Pond .
Prepping for today's short excursion runs.