Tier 4's finally arrive at Selkirk. Two Tier 4's, CSXT 3257 and 3262, are shown in the service area with a third unit, CSXT 3264, out of sight coupled to the 3262. These are the first CSX Tier 4's... (more)
As a big oil departs from CP-12 for the River Sub off Bypass 4, a Q161 stacker comes in to the Fast Freight on a busy Saturday morning at Selkirk Yard.
A busy Saturday morning at Selkirk Yard. We see River Sub bound freight Q4Q417-29 with two leasers CITI 3080 & HLCX 6313 pulling off Track 7 Departure on the East End as a trimmer on the left dr... (more)
A CSX Manifest arrives from in Selkirk yard
A yard switcher drills a cut of humped cars on the east end of Selkirk yard
An unknown mixed freight awaits its yard orders into the massive Selkirk Yard.
"Red, White, & Blue CN's "
A Full day on the CSX Albany Division ended with this show from the baby LORAM Rail Grinder. Here the mother rail grinder heads North a bit to start grinding rail out of the way of the baby grinde... (more)
A Full day on the CSX Albany Division ended with this show from the baby LORAM Rail Grinder. The mother is just ahead as the baby shoots some water out at us and the crew giving us a great water a... (more)
A Few hours after coming in from West Springfield, S425's power sits on the engine pads at Selkirk.
Bright morning in Selkirk Yard finds CSX Q022 heading out eastbound with a fresh crew heading to Worcester.
Built in 1966 for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, CSX 2345 now operates as a slug and powered by a CSX GP40 "mother unit"
With only a month of service. CSXT 3248 is part of GE's credit user program, Allowing them to build Tier 3 locomotives past the Tier 4 deadline of January 1st 2015
A CSX freight is running south out of Selkirk before heading off to Boston. In tow is an F unit destined for the Grafton and Upton railroad.