A nice all EMD quartet crosses over the Catskill Creek on a stunningly beautiful evening with a heavy freight.
A nice colorful treat today leading stacker Q004-28 on a hot and humid Tuesday afternoon as it climbs the grade out of Catskill to the QR-108 detector. This train has hosted some interesting for... (more)
The hottest of the hot, the UPS rocket, thunders south over the Catskill Creek at 7:10pm with a nice MAC leader on a gorgeous spring evening.
A short colorful stacker crosses the Catskill Creek on a gorgeous spring evening on the upper River Sub. Trying out a new angle today.
On a gorgeous spring afternoon, an empty oil train clatters over the Catskill Creek with a large gaggle of BNSF pumpkins and a lone CSX on the heels of a Q410 ahead. Oil trains have been a frequ... (more)
Spring has really exploded along the Catskill Creek as five Gevos and a lone "Sponge Bob" SD40-3 head north for Selkirk Yard on a gorgeous warm evening.
In Catskill, Greene County, southbound CSX double stack train crossing the large trestle - bridge over the Catskill Creek.
Here's to a "brighter future" into 2018 as the "Jersey Rocket" speeds towards Brown's Crossing with 156 axles on a sub-zero windy morning.
With a factory fresh leader, this big oil made a startling sight over the icy Catskill Creek on a chilly Saturday morning!
Autumn in New York. As CSX Q003 (CSX 5261 - ES44DC, CSX 37 - AC44CW) rolls northbound over the trestle in Catskill, New York over Catskill Creek on the River Line on Friday, November 3, 2017. Afte... (more)
A colorful pair heads a loaded ethanol over the Catskill Creek on a beautiful afternoon.
After a long ugly stretch of weather, the sun finally returned to the Hudson River Valley. On a beautiful evening, CSXT Q388-07 crosses the Catskill Creek with an impressive smorgasbord of assor... (more)
Two matched ex-Conrail SD60Ms 8757 & 8761 hustle south between light and shadows into Catskill at Brown's Crossing.
Spring has finally sprung in the upper Hudson River Valley.
Heading south with a handful of gons across the Catskill Creek on a mild election day.