CSXT 7211 leads Q404 around the corner at QR 120.
NS 7649 waits for the Pan Am OCS to clear before taking its train East.
The Pan Am OCS emerges through the bushes coming across the Fishermans Lane bridge in Schaghticoke NY.
K68322 speeds northbound led by 4 CSX Ge’s. This train was almost 200 cars long as it was 2 combined trains.
The Pan Am Railways OCS train is seen coming around the corner passing the XO tower in Mechanicville, NY.
The Pan Am Railways OCS train is seen running over the Fishermans Bridge in Schaghticoke New York.
A rebuilt CM44AH leads Q403 solo southbound at QR 120.72.
Q439 heads south, 13,000 tons in tow. The leader, a YN2 AC44 was a nice touch.
A dying breed, K162 clears 120 as a Dash 8 takes the lead. Less than 20 being in service, it was definitely a nice treat to see something good during these times.
A combined Q409/439 heads south and a solo Gevo takes the lead.
CSXT 83 leads a very late Q403 through Kingston after holding for C711 to pass heading North. Note the ratty looking number boards.
CSXT 3087 leads Q409 across the stream and under the signal bridge at QR 117.
CSXT 547, a YN2 AC44 leads Q262 southbound, trailing behind is an SD50-3 bound for NJ with 19 autoracks in tow.
A brand new CM44AH leads Q258 with its consecutive number trailing 2 of 2. 7216 and 7217 lead the way.
CSXT 8006 leads a long Q433 with an amazing lash up. 3 SD40-2’s on one train especially all online is a definite treat. Hearing these rev up was a beautiful sound.