Bridges of all shapes and sizes over the Catskill Creek.
One high priority intermodal train and one sock wet with Hudson River water, a typical day of photography along the mid section of the CSX River Line.
Cutting through the rock at Fort Montgomery on a pristine April morning.
For my 100th photo I'm going back to the basics, the steel rail and the tie that binds.
About the only thing hot on this frigid morning is the train.
An older unit with a newer paint scheme meets a newer unit with an older paint scheme.
It's hard to imagine this unit started as a Northern Pacific GP-9 in 1958. In 2010, as a GP28M, it arrives at Hinckley to perform its work on a mild spring day in central Minnesota.
New automobiles meet the old shipwreck at Mine Dock Park.
Another River Line oddity. CSX drag Q434 with some Georgia history in the form of the S&A heritage unit.
Days gone by on the Raritan Valley Line, today home to bilevels and dual purpose locomotives.
Ready for assignment.
All aboard for New York Penn Station via NJT's Midtown Direct Service.
A trainload of commuters exits Boston bound for MetroWest.
Both this day and Beacon Park Yard are in their twilight as an intermodal train prepares to tackle the Berkshires.
Time is limited for the HHP-8, although this one is well in charge of a DC bound Metroliner.