GP40-2 6220 leads SD50s 8547 and 8619 east out of Selkirk yard.
The low December sun lights up the southbound stack train out of Selkirk as it begins its journey south on a very cold Sunday afternoon.
A former Conrail SD38-MT6 slug set (ex-CR 6948 & CR 1127) shoves a long cut of cars over the hump at Selkirk Yard. CSX YN2 paint was creatively adapted to the lines of the MT6.
A rare trio of older "bright future'" GE's departs east for CP-SK with a heavy 640 axle freight on a frigid afternoon.
The Geo train chills at the Selkirk east end Mat Yard on a cold windy afternoon as Q438 comes into the recieving yard off the Inbound in the background.
The Hudson local B765 smokes east out of Selkirk Yard on a crisp Sunday late morning for the Hudson Line.
A "problematic' Q433 with some nice 'pumpkins' heads south past some latefall foliage colors and the low afternoon sun after losing it's air attempting to leave Selkirk Yard.
For the second consecutive day in a row, a former Santa Fe lettered warbonnet dash 9 leads an empty oil off the River Sub out of Philly. A little worse for wear it is still great to see one in N... (more)
In July 2015, Soo Line SD60 #6037 leads CSX Jersey-bound ethanol train K418 into Selkirk Yard at CP 14, back when Ben's Bridge still stood.
Train building in the morning on the East end of Selkirk Yard in the sunshine. From here on the sun was gone to the clouds. Locomotives: CSXT 5476, CSXT 155 and CSXT 3386
A trio of dash 9s curves towards CP-SK and the River Sub after a crew swap at CP-FB on a moody, cold Sunday morning.
Two war wagons shuffle a cut of NYC empty garbage cars likely for a future Q701 Hudson Line freight on a nice September day at Selkirk Yard.
After wyeing the power, the UP Office Car Special heads through CP-SK where it will get a re-crew at Selkirk yard for the return trip west.
After wying the train and reversing for a photo op on the Castleton Bridge over the Hudson, the UP OCS prepares to stop ahead for it's crew swap before it will head west back to Council Bluffs. ... (more)
Leaving Selkirk to run down the River sub.