Two YN3 GEs are in charge of a westbound bomb train as it charges through Fonda, continuing the onslaught of traffic over this section of railroad on an extremely busy day.
Loaded ethanol train CP 650 is speeding past the Lasalle Station with CP 8638 & UP 5506 for power a bit before the afternoon commuter rush begins.
Minturn yard—1995 Colorado’s Minturn Yard is flush with new Southern Pacific GE AC4400CWs on September 5, 1995. To the right, SP No. 280 leads three others on the point of an eastbound ... (more)
Interesting combination of power at the Standby track at GE. ATSF / CP/ NS Power await rebuild here at GE of Fort Worth. Front Engine CP 9526 Rocks the old CP Rail scheme along with the "RCMP... (more)
A UP-led stack train weaves between the C&O freighthouse and station in the middle of Plymouth as it heads for Detroit.
New life has been brought to the former Conrail Buckeye Line with CSX now running Q390 and Q391 out of their intermodal terminal in Buckeye Yard and up to Collinwood via the Columbus Line Subdivis... (more)
The Buffalo to Selkirk "Local" comes over the Pattersonville Bridge over the Mohawk with another AC44 leader.
A pair of UPs and some CSX EMDs lead the daily Selkirk-Avon freight.
The first rays of sun for the day light Q272, an intermodal move that sports an auto train's designation, as it moves through Riverside Park and CP 175.
A couple of UP units lead a couple of CSX Yard units over the Bridge through Pattersonville toward Selkirk.
Bright YN2 paint shine in the sun on Q004 has they cross the Mohawk River bridge toward Selkirk.
Empty tanks K611 heads West through Fonda on a Sunny Saturday.
Albany NY bound ethanol train Canadian Pacific 650 is passing by the old Napierville Junction Ry/Customs House depot as it approaches the border. Rear DPU Norfolk Southern 7295
CP 8575 leads loaded ethanol train CP 650 through Beaconsfield. Pushing at the rear is NS 7295 and at left is the parallel CN Kingston Sub.
The daily Waterloo to Kirk Yard manifest train is stopped waiting on a meet with lite power at Jesup. The snow was really coming down and the snow from the day before was still stuck to all the tr... (more)