The Skally Line power rests.
2719's engineer takes a pause as the Duluth-Two Harbors excursion preps for a return trip.
Looking as if they were fresh out of a LIONEL box, two leased ES44ACs lead the first daylight Load run since one furnace went back on line.
A little after sunrise, a northbound crosses Snake Hole Creek.
Stacks and pigs are lead down the Hudson.
A northbound holding in the siding at M.P.43, tipped me to a southbound coming soon. Seeing a white nose, I surmised a K train. Rightee-O! SD70 MAC, AC4400CW and ES44AC
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New Haven heritage unit carries commuters home safely.
Commuters head home while the Coast Guard checks buoys on the Hudson.
Through one of the short tunnels along the Hudson, this Metro North northbound carries commuters home and throws in the gorgeous scenery in free.
After seeing RP member Angus H's take, I decided to give it a try. Imitation being the sincerest form of flattery.
Northbound crossing Snake Hole Creek.
One of the River Sub's veterans leads a northbound to Selkirk.
The sun shines on an afternoon northbound crossing Iona Island.
One of the many sucker holes shines on M.P. 43 this afternoon.
C424 #19 rests this Sunday morning; the SW1 is getting mechanical attention.