One of two U28Bs lettered for the NYC; others were P&LE
The "Hendrick Hudson" heads for Albany, after switching from electric to diesel power (a pair of E8s) at Croton-Harmon
While CSX's Croton West Yard used to see a fair number of freight moves every day, these days it mostly just plays host the occasional outlawed train. Q431-15 left Selkirk, New York on 7/15/2016 a... (more)
Since CSX took over Hudson freight operations, daytime freight scenes are harder to capture. CSX B950 (Combined manifest from last night's Q701 & Q431) makes a quick stop at Croton Harmon with 4 S... (more)
Since CSX took over Hudson freight operations, daytime freight scenes are harder to capture. CSX B950 (Combined manifest from last night's Q701 & Q431) passes Croton Harmon with 4 SD40-2s leading.... (more)
Conrail FL9's 5033-5017, are north bound at Croton, NY. 10/16/1976
One of the original New York Central electric motors delivered by GE to serve the Park Avenue Tunnel in New York sits awaiting its final fate in the deadline in Croton North back in February of 19... (more)
A derelict Penn Central obs car sits on the deadline in Croton North, New York in February of 1979. This car was original built by Pullman Standard for the New Haven and became part of the Penn Ce... (more)
CSX local B749 makes it's way around the Waste Management trash facility on it's way to Oak Point Yard on a gloomy day. The South Bronx skyline drapes the background.
A Conrail local passenger train stops at Croton North behind a pair of Penn Central/MTA FL9s.
Conrail locals on the northern end of the Hudson Line meet at Croton North, each with a pair of blue Penn Central/MTA FL9s. No one knew these units would get rebuilt then and live a second life fo... (more)
Headed for W. 72nd Street
Entering the electric zone
The "Salt City Express" crosses over from 3 to 1 as it heads north into the twilight
Accelerating away from the Croton-Harmon stop; approaching Croton North, the end of third-rail territory on the former NYC. For views of the consist, see Photo ID's 66680, 295356 and 295660.