A CSX employee works on one of the many engines that pass through the service center on a daily basis.
The EMDs have it today at the Selkirk Fuel Plant as an ex-Seaboard switcher tugs out a power set from the 'shed'.
CP 5995 leads a loaded ethanol train through a busy Selkirk Yard. These older CP engines, as well as ICE and DME power, where fairly common on a lot of these ethanol trains that ran through the a... (more)
A former Seaboard System MP15AC now owned by CSX Transportation sits outside the shops along with a string of several other engines.
The CSXT Mohawk and Selkirk Subdivisions often see a great deal run though power on the many trains that pass through. This day's visit to Selkirk did not disappoint as pair of Kansas City Souther... (more)
A group of assorted CSX engines sit outside the CSX Locomotive Shop. CSX engine 8483 began as a SD40 built in February of 1969 as Missouri Pacific engine 751. It was rebuilt as an SD40-2 and still... (more)
The Selkirk hump switcher works a long cut of cars on a rainy summer morning. In the background, a pair of hoppers roll to where they belong. For more, check out my more)
After passing Q382 on my way to CP V.O. I quickly shot back to Ben's Bridge for a shot of this BNSF Warbonnet (Fakebonnet). They are moderately rare around our area.
A recently repainted CSX Geep sports the new "boxcar logo" while it basks in the afternoon sun. The 2806 began it's career in June of 1979, built as Conrail engine 8265.
A CSX employee aligns a switch in order to shuffle power around outside the CSX Locomotive Shops.
50 Shades of Blue. Parked amongst a handful of CSX locomotives, many of which in different CSX paint schemes, MEC 618 looks quite out of place in this sea of lighter blues and yellow... (more)
Wrecked power from the Fonda derailment awaiting attention in Selkirk.
A CSX K train with NS power and a BNSF leader passes through Selkirk.
Three assorted BNSF SD70MACs make a neat sight as they wing off the River Sub through CP-SK on a Saturday afternoon. The train was held for two southbounds at CP-121 in Coxsackie. This will li... (more)
CSXT K418 departs off Track 16 with a triple set of EMD war wagons. The CP-DME-ICE set are currently on the 'extinct species' list with CP.