Union Pacific rolls south in bitter cold.
Two ECOs lead a transfer job in 30 below zero wind chills.
Sitting in the Summer sun, this former Alaska Railroad F7, takes the day off.
Standard cab C40-8, with a new coat of paint, runs through Selkirk yard.
The sun sets on this pair of Canadian Pacific locos, foreshadowing the end of CP traveling this route. NS takes over operations very shortly.
Quintet of power on a long northbound.
Ethanol heads down the Hudson.
Minnesota Commercial T-2 is now a slug. Originally, Norfolk Southern B30-7A #3501.
This visitor has been in Selkirk for a couple of days--destination?
With pre trip inspections and procedures completed, 1845
Getting into position for boarding passengers for the Brunch excursion to Big Moose.
Adirondack Scenic's schedule has been affected by the recent freight car derailment which caused damage to Utica Station. So this RS-18 sits and waits.
Former BC Rail ALCO, now a New Yorker.
Former Roberval and Saguenay M420 is one of the newer faces on the property.
Rust never sleeps...and sometimes gets creative.