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.
Memorial Day southbound, albeit a short one.
With the famous Bear Mountain Bridge providing a backdrop, Q43406 rolls over the Popolopen Creek in the late evening.
With 5 turkey vultures circling above me, I figured this my last shot of the morning.
The parade of southbounds continue.
Early this Holiday morning, AC4400CW and SD70MAC drag stacks down the River Line.
Nice to see a different shade of blue on the River Line.
C40-8 ( yes sans W) 7570 meets ES44DC 5274 at control point 43 on this fine morning.
Swans don't seem to be that into railfanning.