WS-2 runs light eastbound with a former CR GP38-2 leased from Norfolk Southern. This unit is former CR/PC 8063.
PRR 5311 and companion are being serviced at the NYS&W engine facility. The 5311 is among a flock of borrowed CSX and NS GP38-2s that have replaced most of NYS&W's fleet of four axle locomotives.
A frosty-looking AC4400CW leads general freight and autoracks north on the River Sub during a morning snow storm.
Power from the inbound NYS&W SU-100 runs light to the engine service track. In the distance, the tail end of a CSX train passes through CP5 interlocking on the River Subdivision.
A southbound CSX intermodal train on the River Subdivision passes the NYS&W WS-1 local crew as they yard the inbound SU-100.
A trio of GP38s leads a mixture of intermodal and autoracks south past Ridgefield Park station.
The new look for the NYS&W finds leased CSXT and NS GP38-2s replacing older four axle units. Most of the NYS&W four-axle fleet is now idle, replaced by these leased units.
Under gloomy skies Q112 with the Spirit of Cincinnati, CSX 5500, second back rolls southbound over the Overpeck Creek Drawbridge and still waters.
NYS&W local power sits idle on Thanksgiving Day in front of the local NYS&W office (within the box car).
An early shot (for me) of 1804 at Little Ferry. Susquehanna Geep 18 still wears its' silver trucks.
NJT RDC 5180 is tucked away in the safety of the PSE&G gen station in Ridgefield Park, adjacent to Conrail's River Line and the NYS&W main.
Yellowjackets bask in the morning sun.
Blue over blue-- CSX SD70 MAC heads to North Bergen Yard.
A Sealand stack train is on its final approach to Little Ferry yard early on this crisp January morning.
WS-3 works the MC tracks with an aging U23B (ex-P&W 2208, former CR 2794). At left, one of Susquehanna's company service tank cars rests on the main.