Early morning sun and a full moon greet a southbound trash train on the River Sub.
Q-164 gets clearance down to CP 3, on point are two ex-CR wide cabs, a nice surprise on a line that is normally dominated by AC 4400's
A brief moment of early morning sunlight on an otherwise cloudy day highlights the road power of a northbound auto rack train crossing Overpeck Creek on the CSX River Sub.
This trio has just dropped off its' train. Now it backtracks to pick up another.
NYSW GP18 1802 has returned to home rails, on the Soutehrn Division. It is the only one of the three original 1963 era units built for the railroad. The 1802 is coupled to CSXT 2624. Both units wi... (more)
Early morning sun cuts through the haze and humidity, casting a warm glow on the River Sub and this southbound stack train as it crosses Overpeck Creek.
Pushing baretables on a Sunday morning; it wasn't that long ago that a Susquehanna Geep 18 handled this task. In my opinion, seeing the yellow and black was much nicer.
A CSX Manifest lead by two angry General Electrics makes it's way south on the River Sub from Selkirk, NY.