Loaded crude oil train K038, led by Citirail ES44AC 1432, is crossing over from track 1 to 2 at Chili Jct, where it takes the West Shore Sub, bypassing the city of Rochester.
Three of a kind heads south at the start of the River Sub out of Selkirk Yard with an interesting BNSF/NS/CSXT combo.
CREX 1213 leads K038 east through Voorheesville on the freezing cold.
A very colorful loaded oil leaves off Track 10 as a crew fiddles with a bothersome K022 on Track 11.
A former ATSF C40-8W leads another load of crude oil east along the Mohawk River bound for New Jersey.
BNSF 792 in the fakebonnet scheme leads a BNSF SD70ACe, a former BN now HLCX SD40-2 and a former ATSF C40-8W now living and working under CN.
A nice exotic and colorful mix of power rumbles over the icy creek on a very frigid day.
Pumpkins lead oil cans southbound.
A dash of warm color on a brisk Fall morning.
The "H1" Dash 9s are always one of the more elusive BNSF units to catch on point on the Selkirk Sub. As usually the case, several factors have to come together to make a decent shot of somethin... (more)
As a K train comes in, a K train leaves, and a switch job pulls autoracks out of the unloading lot, the sun casts a marvelous reflection on the beauty of the railroad.