To the Rescue A pair of SD40-2 units are seen making their way down the siding at Quist Road to retrieve a couple of crippled boxcars.
Q633 cruises up the South Byron Hill. There have been a plethora of SOO units on CSX paying back Horsepower Hours lately.
SOO 6031 leads CSX Q633, making a pickup at Goodman St. yard, Rochester NY
Q633 struggles up the South Byron Hill, and will stall just minutes after this shot was taken.
Following Q377 was another foreign leader (though extremely common in Buffalo, it's rare to see a CN unit leading a train between Buffalo and Syracuse).
Q633 heads West with a pair of ex-BN "executive" SD70MACs leading the way. Western coal power is quite common up here, as CSX likes to pull it off loaded coal trains and run it between Buffalo and... (more)
Q633 meets Q268 by the Agway plant in Palmyra, NY.
The dwarf signal for the siding track displays its stop indication as Q633 pulls up for a reverse move onto the siding.
Q633 finally pulls out onto the main and crosses over to track one so he can go back to his train at left.
Although it looks right at home, this ICE unit is actually sitting on NS trackage in Lyons, NY, with traffic from the Finger Lakes Railroad dropped earlier that day. He's waiting for his conductor... (more)
Q633 is running in notch 8 with sand in this shot, and making all of 9 MPH as he struggles to the top of the South Byron Hill. The general rule is that if they can make it past QC 400 (approximate... (more)
Q633 crosses High Falls in downtown Rochester, NY with a pretty nice lashup including a Helm leader, a CR SD50, and, of course, the infamous 4617 still in C&O paint.
Q633 heads West with quite a lash-up including the famous CSX 4617.
Q633 passes one of the many NYC-era mile markers along the Water Level Route.
Q633 passes through the rural Western New York countryside.