Metro-North GP35R 107 running long hood forward, brings a work extra south, passing the old Farrels factory in Ansonia.
"Smoking up GCT"
Smoke lingers in the air as Metro North GP35r 105 tows a troubled diesel set out of Grand Central Terminal towards Croton for repairs.
Metro-North work extra rolls alongside Oronoque Rd. in Milford after dropping new ballast in Beacon Falls. Just south of this location, the hoppers will be left on a siding and the locomotive will... (more)
Metro-North GP35R 107 heads a work extra in Beacon Falls, dumping new ballast just south of milepost 17 on the Waterbury Branch.
Metro-North GP35R 107 heads a work extra in Beacon Falls, dumping new ballast on the curve south of the station. The 107 is a former Soo Line rebuilt by Brookville Equipment Corp. and Norfolk Sout... (more)
The KCT transfer slows down as it passes the tower at Adams Street.
Metro North GP35R 104, running long hood forward, heads south through Ossining on track 1.
Metro North GP35R 103 towing a set of M7A EMUs to the Croton-Harmon Yard.
Metro-North GP35R 101 brings a disabled Waterbury train south, passing the old Farrel Corporation factory in Ansonia. The veteran EMD was built in August of 1964 for the Reading Railroad and recen... (more)
"PTC Transfer Transfer Departs Croton"
Metro North Extra 101 heads south out of Croton Harmon Yard bound for Highbridge Yard with 6 M7As in tow. These are the next batch of M7As ... (more)
Metro North light engine move with GP35R 106 and 103.
Metro North GP35R 105 brings a set of Bombardier M7s south through the Greystone Station.
Switching cars is LTEX GP35R 2542 and CMQ GP38-3 3817 at Farnham, Quebec's Central Maine & Quebec Railway yard.
After leaving the KCS yard, the KCT transfer passes Tower 2. A special thank you to fellow RP contributor Anthony Randall for showing me around Missouri.