Reflecting on a rare Sunday morning northbound, with an SD50 leading the way...
I have to get new railfan friends, all this group cares about is CN.
A leased NS GP38-2 sits next to the classic NYS&W sand tower at the compact Ridgefield Park engine facility.
A clean pair of "Conrail Quality" SD40-2s lead NSSE northbound across the Overpeck Creek bridge at CP5. The rails in the foreground belong to the NYS&W whose tracks runs parallel to the River Lin... (more)
An empty ethanol train heads north at CP5.
Another view of the NYS&W GP18s temporarily stored in Ridgefield Park awaiting disposition. This view offers a chance to compare the different paint schemes applied to 1802 and 1804. 1804 is the... (more)
End of an Era: Time has run out for this classic trio of GP18s after roughly 47 years of service on the Susquehanna. Here they sit with "NYSW" lettering blacked out on the cab; a sign of t... (more)
"Icons of a Lost era" The B&O Capital logo and the "Bar Code" gone but not forgotten.
A hammerhead first SD40T-2 is a parked near the NYS&W's sanding tower.
"Head Shot" WS-3 makes it's way down to the branchline with three box cars, the trailing unit is NYS&W 3016, it looks like yellow jackets will be back in style.... well at least until the leased l... (more)
CSX 4428 is working on the NYSW in Ridgefield Park, NJ 2/20/2010
NYS&W Yellow Jackets are back in local and yard service on the Southern Division. After two years of nothing but CSX and NS power on the local and yard jobs on the railroad's New Jersey trackage, ... (more)
Early morning sun and a full moon greet a southbound trash train on the River Sub.
Q-164 gets clearance down to CP 3, on point are two ex-CR wide cabs, a nice surprise on a line that is normally dominated by AC 4400's