Hot on the heels of a loaded autorack train, Q008 is at track speed as it cruises through CP7 and will eventually be at its destination at North Bergen yard.
Amtrak crews have been keeping up with their Harlem line recertifications from Grand Central Terminal north just in case they need to run trains out of GCT again. Here they are racing south back ... (more)
A rather late SU100 is seen here crawling through downtown Hackensack and approaching a former station stop when NYSW had passenger service and was double tracked through here.
Train was moving at track speed here. Love listening to these EMD 710 primemovers notched out and there Nathan k5lla horns.
A rare train to see on the CSX River Sub in New Jersey. This empty phosphate train is in route to Morrisville, PA to be loaded. Leading the train is a beautifully worn and torn BNSF H2 SD70MAC.
3016 leads a late running NYSW road freight from Syracuse, NY. 3016 is one of two former Southern Pacific tunnel motors to be rebuilt into SD33-ECO's.
A CP wide cab and former DME SD40-2 are pulling this long loaded ethanol train out from the siding and passing this former iron ore barge that is slowly being returned to the earth as it rots and ... (more)
CSX 5428 IS LEADING Q008-09 SOUTH THRU IONA ISLAND
A heavy CSX oil train has received permission from a CSX forman to go thru his work area as they have just cleared the bridge. Several days earlier a CSX northbound lead by a BNSF ES44 struck an ... (more)
A CSX tofc is coasting downhill from CP7 in this heavy snowfall as it passes the former New York Central Union Station built in 1927.
BNSF power seems to be the norm on these crude oil trains from the midwest as it crawls down track 1 past the old New York Central Union Station built in 1927.
After 45 minutes since the last train went north I started to get ancy and bored. If it wasn't for the blurp of static on the scanner I would've left. And if I did leave. I would've missed this... (more)
An Amtrak regional and Acela express battle it out on the straight away before hitting the Elizabeth S curve.
And the winner is!!!! NYSW WS-4/SU-99 pulls east towards the crossing so it can clear the switch and head west towards its train.
Pedstrians and motorists were trying to beat out the C777 northern branch local.