A westbound auto move passes an old and now derelict New York Central freight house. With the cornerstone showing a building date of 1950, this structure now watches the parade of CSX traffic.
Q279 heads west through St. Johnsville, NY on a bright sunny summer day.
On a beautiful sunny afternoon, CSXT SD40-3 #4020 leads a long string of empty auto racks westbound.
K409 rolls west along the Mohawk river with a very rare SD60M in the lead.
CSX X901, very odd symbol, cruises west with empty scrap metal loads.
A little bit of the west comes to the east. Here two BNSF's lead the K011, the empty oil train from Kenwood Yard in the Port of Albany, NY into C.P. 207 on their way back west.
Train Q003 charges down the straightaway at CP 207 on the CSX Mohawk sub with engines 55 and 157.
Shooting down from the road bridge I caught this 384 with a nice UP EMD leading. I caught it once more at Fonda.
After chasing the L279 from V.O. to St. Johnsville, I met up with my friend Allen and we waited for a while for it to show up again because trains crossing over and such. It was nice to see a UP A... (more)
Contaminated sludge loads from the Hudson River as a result of dredging are in the loads on this unit train. These loads are on their way to Dallas for processing and storage.
CSXT K689 slowly passes through the small town of St. Johnsville with two BNSF GEVO's on the head.
Ethanol train K689 is led by two BNSF GEVOs as it passes the wide open grassy fields of St. Johnsville.
Q377 is approaching CP 207 with a fading YN2 Dash 8 in the lead as it passes the large collection of railfans near Bridge Street.
MOW ballast train using solar panels to power the batteries on each car and have the amount controlled by the foreman in the truck following on the backside. Some of the batteries seem to be havi... (more)