I couldn't resist chasing this train...this is the third time I shot him, approximately 32 miles from where I first shot him.
G396 certainly has some unusual power today...
Q625 swings off the West Shore Branch with a now-rare maroon-and-blue Helm unit. These units are amongst the first of the leasers to be returned, and they're now all but extinct on CSX rails.
Q381 swings off the West Shore Branch, with a rather clean Warbonnet trailing (note the reflection of the A/C unit on its side).
Q169 swings off the West Shore Branch.
Q157 eases through Churchville.
The two SD40-2's leading Q625 put out quite a bit of smoke as they accelerate out of CP 382. The sad state of the interlocking can also be seen in this photo (rumors are flying that this entire in... (more)
This old Warbonnet is showing its age while awaiting a relief crew at Rochester.
CSX shows its unpredictable side, with Q169 boasting this combination over the usual pair of GEVO's/AC6000CW's.
CSX 752 leads Q157 West with a soon to be renumbered SD70MAC on the point.
A pair of Warbonnets is getting to be a rarer and rarer catch, especially out East. A C40-8W and C44-9W power this train.
Amtrak 283 crosses the Erie canal and passes through an AEI reader as he rolls West.
Q377 swings through the S curve just West of Lyons, NY.
Q119 passes the Agway facility in Palmyra, NY.
Q633 meets Q268 by the Agway plant in Palmyra, NY.