Q264 Waits for a crew at the east end of the yard with snow covered trees and a old conrail trail van.
CSXT 2476, a former Conrail SD50 sits in the yard. The engine has been derated to 3,000 horse power and reclassified by CSX as an SD50-2.
A yard job led by a YN2 SD40 passes by a stationary auto train as it heads for the east end of the yard.
CSX Q264 sits without a crew on the newly constructed bypass tracks that now run through Selkirk Yard. The crew that would take this train down the B&A would go on duty at 1100.
CSX yard swicher Y122 pulls ahead at the east end of the yard with a good old YN2 EMD SD40-2.
Black Friday shopping? how about black Friday railfanning! here we have CSX Q264 loaded auto racks waiting for a crew at the east end of Selkirk yard on a bright sunny but cold day.
"Doesn't Look Like Kansas to Me"
CSX train Q268 heads for the River Sub with CITX 3068 in the lead. 3068 was built in September of 1970 as GTW 5929, before becoming GCFX 3068 and eventually what it is now.
GMTX GP38-2 number 2109, sits next to CSX 774. Off to the right, are several leasers including HLCX, CITX, FURX and a Bangor and Aroostook unit.
BAR geep units sit dead in Selkirk, while CSX 5959 stands guard in front.
The Port Job comes north out of the port for CP-SK and Selkirk Yard with 63 cars of mixed freight. Another beautiful bright future YN2 scheme on a SD40-2 given the "box car' treatment.
It's a full house in the CSX Selkirk Yard. Built by NRE, genset 1324 sits beside an assortment of power.
The Rio Grande heritage unit, UP 1989, rolls into CSX's Selkirk Yard with an empty ethanol running from New Jersey to the Midwest.
Three Bangor and Aroostoock GP units, now all under Morristown and Erie Railway reporting marks sit in Selkirk NY on October 12th 2014. The first one (furthest from the camera) Morristown and Eri... (more)