On this late summer Tuesday, Selkirk Yard features a wide variety of power, per usual. Besides the normal collection of CSX motors, a BNSF GEVO can be seen as well as a less common visitor: a swi... (more)
An inbound 7 local approaches the station at 40th/Lowery Street on the elevated line above Queens Boulevard.
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: Yeah, yeah, we know this was a former Pennsy unit, but you have got to see it lit for Christmas.
It's always great too see fallen flags still leading trains. I call them "real" heritage units because they were made for that railroad company. This Santa Fe unit is beat up but it is awesome to ... (more)
CN 8905 EMD SD70M-2 leads the Q62o past Game Farm Rd. after waiting for awhile at Auto 24 (Stone Rd.) for tracks to clear up in Selkirk.
Another load of Bakken crude oil rumbles through Guilderland, NY on a gloomy afternoon. Nice to see an executive scheme with the Burlington Northern Santa Fe logo still intact.
CSXT K012 comes into Selkirk with the Erie heritage unit leading. It was cloudy here and there but it was great to have light at Amsterdam and Selkirk for this awesome train.
B761 slowly lumbers into Selkirk with 3 high/wide loads.
UP 8717 is the lead unit of August 18th's very colorful lashup on Q377.
Auto racks cutting through the landscape, heading north with the Bear Mountain bridge in the background.
CP and NS Gevos lead an oil train south along the River Line
On a rather dicey morning, in terms of sun and clouds, the NS Erie Heritage engine finally makes an appearance in the sun at the beginning of the CSXT Selkirk Subdivision. This was not the only NS... (more)
With all congestion issues in Selkirk lately a auto rack is put on the siding waiting to get in as Q620 heads by.
K 534 heads east past a outlawed Q262
Another proud weathered warrior Warbonnet throttles down with an oil load as it approaches CP-128 after leaving Selkirk Yard on a stellar afternoon.