Autoracks rumble their way towards Mine Dock Park shaking some snow and water off the tunnel in the process.
Mixed freight heading south into the late day sun with Anthony's Nose and the Bear Mountain Bridge in the background with CSXT SD50 8567 following the lead engine with 128 wagons in tow.
Intermodal train led by CSXT 120 along with CSXT 7681 makes it's way onto Iona Island. The curvy pine tree just below the lead engine is a favorite perching spot for the Bald Eagles.
Southbound stacker is currently passing under the Bear Mountain Bridge and is seconds away from Iona Island as the last signs of winter linger on the hillsides.
Early morning stacktrain passes by the buildings on Iona Island that were part of the ammunition depot until 1947 with the marsh grass adding a nice gold tint.
What a wild and uncommon consist on this mixed freight leaving Iona Island and heading northbound. CSXT 8560 (EMD SD50) leads CITX 402 (GP38-2), CSXT 93 (AC4400CW), CEFX 3155 (SD40-2) and CN 259... (more)
A nice treat to see a pair of clean CP units on today's Q268 adding some nice color as they approach Iona Island.
Four CSX GE's are the power on northbound Stack train Q003 through Fort Montgomery, the clouds were just beginning to break on this day as you can see by the blue sky. luckly the snow stayed on th... (more)
With the warm and bright sun over, the lighting was good was southbounds and luckly CSX Q112 came south during that time, the train is seen here passing where the old boat house once was.
Heading north through Fort Montgomery CSX Q161's lead Unit pokes his head out of the Fort Montgomery tunnel with a tunnel date stamp of 1902, this tunnel has seen many many years of trains and is ... (more)
A pair of SD40s lead southbound autoracks.
UP led southbound.
Auto racks head south splitting the rock outcrop at Mine Dock Rd. .
Southbound garbage train Q711 sits in the siding at MP 43 as northbound stack train Q161 with leader CSXT 722 continues towards Selkirk on a busy morning. I would catch Q161 just north of Selkir... (more)
A decent sized CSX manifest heads south down the River Sub through the Mine Dock rock cut in dry 18 degree weather.