One of the River Sub's veterans leads a northbound to Selkirk.
The sun shines on an afternoon northbound crossing Iona Island.
One of the many sucker holes shines on M.P. 43 this afternoon.
With the Interstate unit trailing on a loaded oil train, it became the first heritage unit to come down the CSX Riverline.
With its return trip it also became the first to lead.
After an earlier minor bottleneck at M.P.43, the River Sub is busy this Saturday morning.
Southbound along the Hudson.
A splash of orange and a well worn Warbonnet head south with Bakken oil.
Crossing an inky Poplopen creek.
SD70M 4770, a veteran of the River Line heads south.
The morning's second train again heading north.
A flag waving SD70 leads a southbound. [#.1000]
Northbound freight following the Hudson River headed to Selkirk with 4 different bridges in view in the morning hours.
A cold but clear President's Day with lots of southbound traffic, including these auto racks clearing CP 43 on the River Line.
CSX Q156 heads over Popolopen Creek in Fort Montgomery, NY on a fall morning.
In a view from the famous Bear Mountain Bridge, a southbound Conrail stack train crosses Popolopen Creek Bridge at Fort Montgomery, New York, on April 14, 1991. Two EMD SD50s, Nos. 6739 and 6831, ... (more)