What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: UPS trailers heading south along the Hudson.
Coal empties wait to head back to the Up North.
Yes it was as cold as it looks.
While a Snow blower cleans the switches of snow and ice ahead, two trains wait. CP crew member shovels the front porch of SD40-2 6028.
12 to 18 inches of snow fell on the Iron Range overnight, leaving trains waiting for tracks to be cleared.
Commuters are dashed north along the Hudson River encountering tunnels and a great view in between Peekskill
and Manitou Springs.
SD70MAC leads an afternoon northbound garbage train.
K438 power this morning: SD40-2 8098, SD50 8596, C40-8W 7713 and SD60I 8744.
The sun sets on these two bloody nosed SD9s.
A wide look at Selkirk's hump and tower, as empty construction debris gons head up.
CN leaders, C44-9W and SD70M-2, cross Overpeck Creek with a K train.
CSX 681 shows off its Boxcar paint.
Blue and greys lead Q010 today.
One of Selkirk's slug sets works the hump.