The power off inbound Q380 rolls WB by the Selkirk Diesel Shop on its way to the shops to back in and drop the rear 3 units. The trailing unit is a former L&N unit in the latest boxcar logo scheme... (more)
Selkirk Expansion. A WB empty ethanol makes an afternoon departure from Selkirk Yard as it passes heavy equipment involved in the expansion taking place at Selkirk. Another bypass track is being b... (more)
An empty unit tank train heads back west out of the yard at Selkirk. Leading is a nice lash-up of old CP and DME SD 40-2's.
Coming off the by pass track, Q427 from Worcester comes into selkirk and heads to the East end of the yard to drop off their train.
On the longest day of the year, Sunday June 21st, a good sortment or power sits in Selkirk yard, couple CSX GEVO's, GP40-2's, Two Ex Union Pacific, Exx Southern Pacific EMD SD45T-2's whicj are hea... (more)
Seen here Departing Selkirk yard is K533 with a big beast (AC6000CW) on the longest day of the year.
CSX 1600 makes up an Autorack train with the late afternoon sunlight shining on it.
GECX 2022 Tier 4 demonstrator unit passes under the hump bound for the fuel plant on a warm summer afternoon.
Friendly wave from the conductor of Q427 as they move down the yard to drop there off at the West end of the yard.
Q620's power pulls out from the CSX shop with a great lash up,CSX YN2 B40-8, CN SD75I & BCOL C40-8M, not bad at all.
First time for me seeing a ES40DC in the YN3b paint scheme, Q427 pulls into Selkirk yard after coming in off the B&A.
BCOL 4601, the trailing unit on the morning's Q620 sits towards the sun as it and CN 8006 await their next assignment with other units and the East End of Selkirk Yard in the background.
Ending my Birthday on the right note, Two CSX GP38-2s of different lineage lead a long train
An ex Conrail SD60I moves thru a sea of CSX power on a nice evening at the Selkirk service facility. Across the top of the photo from left to right is the North Departure Yard, the car shop buildi... (more)
The CSX work horses. CSXT 7832 (C40-8W) and another C40-8W are sandwiched between two identical sets of ES44ACs in the Selkirk engine terminal on a beautiful May day.