SD40-2s lead autoracks south along the Hudson River. It is nice to see "vintage" power at the head of a train, other than the usual.
Just out of the tunnel at Fort Montgomery.
It is always nice spotting "vintage" power on the River Line.
Sunday Morning Southbound.
Light engine move with 5382 in the lead heading south through the rock cut at Mine Dock Road.
A pair of Union Pacific engines leads a stack train north on CSX's River Line.
Winding along the majestic Hudson.
A northbound CSX freight passes under the Bear Mountain Bridge.
Seen from across the Hudson River, a CSX train heading south on the River Line near Fort Montgomery, New York.
Five GEs head to Selkirk. Right to left-- 7570 (C40-8), 388 (AC440CW), 5215 (ES44DC), 7732 and 7368 (C40-8W).
Approaching the rock cut near Mine Dock Road, this southbound manifest has a backdrop of autumn’s finest colors. The signal guards the controlled siding just around the bend.
These little piggies head south led by a C40-8 and SD50. It is nice to see some "vintage" power in regular service on the River Line.
This work train was a pleasant surprise at the time, but it meant no movement on the River Line for most of the day.
A touch of orange in the trees and pumpkins on the rails. I cannot remember seeing visiting power on the River Line in quite some time.
Nice to see 7570 on its' old stomping ground.