A CSX SD40-2 mother-slug set pulls a cut of autoracks over the Queensgate yard hump on an early summer morning.
Up the hump at last light.
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: Of all the times I visited Selkirk, I never caught SD40-2 2439 and slug 1005 working the hump.
Two hump sets pass each other as the sun breaks out behind a tropical downpour on a steamy afternoon at Selkirk Yard.
Penn Central X 3. The NS 1073 PC heritage unit sits in old Penn Central territory at the Selkirk engine service area. It is framed in the foreground by CSX 1015, an ex Conrail MT-6 slug, former CR... (more)
Yard power humps yet another string of cars as the sun pops out from behind the clouds once again. A pair of Conecticut Southern GE B39-8Es are also visible in the background.
Probably The Best Thing About Being At Selkirk Yard Is There's Always Something Moving, And On Nice Days Like This One, Sunsets Are Beautiful Over The Yard, Here Is Y302 Pushing A Cut Cars Back To... (more)
CSXT 2439 with slug 1015, begin to push a cut of cars over the hump. For the most part, this was just another typical day in Selkirk with exception of the NYS&W SD60's awaiting delivery in the ba... (more)
CSX hump power shoves a train over the Selkirk hump at 15:05. Slug #1015 is an MT-6 built by Conrail as #1118 from PC RSD-12 #6858 (PRR # 8658). The SD40-2 is ex L&N.
A highly modified SD40-2 heads west to hump another string of cars. Notice the ugly radio box cut into the nose and the orange roof lights.
Selkirk Yard switcher pulls up to the west end of the yard as the conductor walks to the switch to head back east down another track.
SD40-2 #2439 and MT-6 slug #1015 push a long cut of cars up the hump at Selkirk.