Making quick work of the Grade in perfect evening light, CSX Q293, empty autoracks from East Brookfield hustles uphill through Huntington along route 20.
With the rain now slowing down, another eastbound is making his way through the mountains, CSX Q436 mixed freight from Selkirk to Framingham coasts down hill through the colorful trees.
Even though the weather wasn't the best in the morning, the beautiful colors of the Berkshire mountains made up for that, and train traffic wasn't bad either, here seen is CSX intermodal Q022 coas... (more)
Westbound Empty Salad shooter L091 heads through Fonda in the late evening on a beautiful fall sunday, and boy, those UP units looks pretty good in the sun with the colors.
Just west of the CP188 signals manifest Q393 heads west in the afternoon sun, this location is where that big derailment happened a few years ago.
A Veteran C40-8 leads sundays L279 through Fonda on a Nice fall afternoon.
A Ex Conrail C40-8W leads todays Q621 through the town of Fonda.
With one of BNSF's Brand new GE ES44AC's K041 has a fresh crew and heads westbound out of Selkirk yard on a beautiful fall evening.
First train in sunlight on this sunday morning is eastbound manifest Q386 with a YN2 AC4400CW on point.
Doing a easy 60 miles per hour on the straight away, Q279 empty racks from Selkirk heads westbounds with my buddy scotty at the helm.
Running alittle late eastbound hotshot Q022 is making up time by speeding by us heading toward Worcester.
Just as the fog breaks apart, the sun is out, shinning bright on CSX train Q620 with a Canadian National ES44DC leading the way.
A pair of CSX ES40DCs sit in the sun in West Springfield yard Saturday morning waiting for there next assignment.
On a beautiful fall Saturday, loaded Auto rack train Q264 with a very impressive all YN2 lash up comes eastbound on track 1 in perfect sun and making this railfan very happy to see a lash up like ... (more)
After a alittle rain storm CSX northbound mixed freight Q418 cuts through the rocks at Iona Island with some fog on the mountain tops in the back round.