Four NYS&W Yellow Jackets prepare to double against the SU99 road freight.
One of two SD33ECOs on the Susquehanna.
SD33ECO sets up this evening's SU-99.
A pair of Norfolk Southern's SD33ECO motors works at the north end of Brosnan Yard on a busy day.
Norfolk Southern's SD33ECO #6210 and RPU6D Dynamic Brake Slug #892 work the north end of Brosnan Yard.
The second of the Q's pair of ECOs is busy drilling cars.
Having just started the workday, this yellow jacket heads to the yard to drill cars.
One of Norfolk Southern's first SD33ECO rebuilds rests for the evening in the tiny town of Shady Dale, GA where it will continue it's local duties the next morning by leading freight long hood for... (more)
NYS&W WS2 is running light to the west end of the MC Yard.
SD33ECO 3012 shows off its big radiators at the NYS&W engine terminal.
Yellow Jacket sandwich cruises past the engine terminal, headed for the MC Yard,
NYS&W SD33ECO 3016 patiently waits its next assignment at the railroad's Ridgfield Park, N.J. fuel facility.
"Back to Back"
Both NYSW SD33ECOs power a small stone train westbound on the Southern Tier.
NYS&W WS2 is preparing to assemble the SU99 road freight.
NYS&W WS2 is departing the fuel facility with the 3012. The crew will operate west to the MC Yard to assemble the SU99 road freight.