Q004 with the Santa Fe (BNSF) 656 & BNSF 6700 power up the grade between Hoffman's & Schenectady seen here passing over the Pattersonville Trestle not a moment too soon with the last bit of sunlig... (more)
Seeing a Warbonnet on CSX is rare enough, but seeing a Warbonnet leading a high priority intermodal on CSX is even rarer. Q004 head crosses the Mohawk River as the last rays of sunlight disappear ... (more)
New kid on the block. With it's plow freshly shaved for third rail running on the Hudson Line, rebuild SD40E3 CSXT 1712 along with CSXT 8138 on Selkirk based local B767 backs in a Pan Am block a... (more)
A dying breed these days, CN standard cab 2121 leads a K684, that none of us thought would ever head east, across the Mohawk river in upstate New York
After a rain storm, the sun shines bright in the evening as Q386 hustles eastbound by Lock 10 with CP for power.
A CSX work project necessitated Amtrak's diversion over the Selkirk/Carman Branch from CP169 at Mohawk. The bridge is normally only used by CSX trains bound for Selkirk Yard and beyond, but is a ... (more)
Westbound stack train crossed over the Mohawk River in the early morning with CSXT 5272 leading CSXT 7776 and CSXT 8748 on the trestle that is in the process of getting replaced.
Fall in the Mohawk Valley. A set of KCS Belles lead a New Jersey bound ethanol train over the Mohawk River with some Fall colors and a cornfield ready for harvest.
M626-15 crosses the Mohawk River with a wild lash up including an ex-Reading SW1001 and a Canadian Pacific GP9u!
Illinois Central engine 1037 heads up quite the array of power as it rolls over the Mohawk River on the final leg of it's trip into Selkirk, NY.
SD70 homecoming. A heavy CSX EB for Selkirk Yard crosses the Mohawk River with a nice 6 unit consist lead by an Illinois Central engine. This unit was built just a few miles from this location at ... (more)
A CSX manifest train rolls over the Mohawk River as it makes a run for the grade at CP-RJ.
A trio of GEs including one Citirail engine lead a loaded of Bakken Crude oil through Pattersonville on a fine spring afternoon.