An empty crude oil train crosses Overpeck Creek on a frigid winter morning. The creek is tidal, and even during this time of high tide it seems to be partially frozen. BNSF power has become quit... (more)
Q268 slowly rolls across the Overpeck Creek Bridge before heading into the auto terminal at Bellmans Yard. The creek is partially frozen due to unseasonably cold temperatures (low single digits) ... (more)
"UP Pair on a CP Oil Train"
Pumpkins On Christmas - Loaded autorack train Q268 almost always has CSX power, but Christmas Eve proved otherwise. A somewhat new BNSF ES44C4 leads this train.
In the northeast, Kansas City Southern locomotives are very uncommon, but November 14th, 2013 proved otherwise. I received news of an autorack train, symboled Q268, heading south on the CSX River ... (more)
A CSX tofc is coasting downhill from CP7 in this heavy snowfall as it passes the former New York Central Union Station built in 1927.
BNSF power seems to be the norm on these crude oil trains from the midwest as it crawls down track 1 past the old New York Central Union Station built in 1927.
A pair of four- packs at Ridgefield Park... Four NYS&W SD60s are at the fuel track being prepped for the evening's SU-99 road freight while four CSX GEs coast by on the River Subdivision.
A pair of CP GEVOs make a return visit to New Jersey after handling a loaded inbound and return outbound move of a crude oil train the day before. It seems the power was pulled off the crude oil ... (more)
Using leased NS power, an NYS&W local heads into MC yard to pick up its cars.
The hostler is busy preparing motive power. NYS&W SD40T-2 3016 is pushing three SD60s and SD40-2 3022. The three SD60s, along with a fourth such model, will power that evening's SU99 road freight.
Q410 rolls north on the River Subdivision, climbing upgrade past Susquehanna's "MC Yard".
The power of the SU-99 prepares to head north towards its train.
CP and CEFX GEs make an early-morning appearance at CP 5. The duo is leading ethanol empties north on CSXs River Subdivision.