On a warm late autumn morning, a loaded ethanol train with two matched CP boats rumbles over the serene waters of the Catskill Creek.
Southbound stack train in the last light of day.
An uncharacteristic River Sub lashup(not GEVOs) crosses over the Catskill Creek on a sunny late morning after meeting four northbounds in Coxsackie.
After a frustrating wait in Coxsackie, I chased this southbound train down for a "hit n run" shot on the closed walkway before heading to a rescheduled appointment with a friend. Originally this ... (more)
Even with a snowless landscape, this southbound ethanol makes a striking subject in low afternoon light as it storms past Brown's Crossing for the town of Catskill NY. Three matched former SOO S... (more)
In what looks like an intermodal is actually the freight "SE-AL"(Selkirk Yard to NS/ Allentown Pa) with some headend hot trailers as it soars over the half frozen Catskill Creek. Conrail blue wa... (more)
The snow has all but melted away from a recent thaw as a 127 car Q409 storms south over the Catskill Creek past the former New York, West Shore & Buffalo passenger Station(now Haines Tire garage)... (more)
A standard cab Dash 8, leading its' train to Selkirk, breaks the Sunday morning peace.
After meeting three northbounds since it's departure from Selkirk Yard, K634 finally gets a run for Jersey as it rumbles over the Catskill Creek Bed.
Barreling past the junkyard for the Catskill Trestle after meeting two northbounds at Coxsackie.
The chug of diesel power and chatter of wheels muffle the cars and trucks below as this southbound stack train rolls over the Catskill Trestle with rather calm water.
Two men fishing for Walleye are dwarfed as CSX 8769 (SD60M) and CSX 4757 (SD70MAC) head south on a pleasant March morning.
A string of engines led by CSX 6211 head north toward Selkirk yard. The rest of the consist in order from right to left are 4728 (SD70MAC), 4845 (SD70ACe), 578 (AC4400CW), 397 (AC4400CW) and 880 (... (more)
CSX 7571 rumbles southbound over the Catskill Creek Bridge soon after leaving Selkirk yard.
A uncommon sight on the River Sub these days-a loaded coal train heads past a junkyard in Catskill bound for a cement plant in Alsen NY.