Engine 943 is on point of the Q439 as it makes it's journey south. The Q439 makes a daily run between Selkirk, NY and Hamlet, NC. Today, after holding for nearly 3 hours about 30 miles north, it... (more)
Amidst the fall colors, CSXT engine 9050 leads it's mixed frieght south along the THe Hudson River.
With the autumn colors at peak, CSXT engine 9050 leads a mixed frieght south along the Hudson River on the CSX River Line.
On a beautiful morning in the Hudson River Valley, this northbound CSX intermodal adds plenty of colour to a late fall scene, as it makes its way along the west shore, passing the town of Highland... (more)
The CSX 8517, an EMD SD50, is passing under the Poughkeepsie Bridge. Sometimes known as the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge, the bridge is a steel cantilever bridge spanning the Hudson River between ... (more)
Hugging the Hudson River with the first light of the day.
Busy front yard if you like trains! CSX engine 9044 leads CSX 43 and a smoky CSX 7699 on this southbound freight along a mirror like Hudson River as seen from the "Walkway Over The Hudson".
Seen from the "Walkway on the Hudson" pedestrian Bridge, this unit ethanol train coils southbound past QR-72.4 past the Highland Marina after meeting a northbound freight at CP-80 near Esopus on... (more)
Seen from the Poughkeepsie Bridge, a CSX manifest passes through Highland on its way south. A flock of migrating Canada geese rests on the grass near the river.
A southbound mixed frieght snakes its way along the Hudson River in Highland, NY
A garbage train heads north along the hudson river through Highland, NY
The Mid-Hudson bridge provides this nice view of the Poughkeepsie Bridge on a sunny, but windy late fall day.
The extra section of Q126 quickly makes its way northbound under the Mid-Hudson Bridge on a chilly January morning. Thanks to Nick Benson for editing the photo.
A train heads south in early morning sunlight led by an uncommon dash 8.
A southbound River Line train makes its way along the west bank of the Hudson River in this view from the top of the "Walkway Over The Hudson". This new park is perhaps better known by its former... (more)