A fire scorched Canadian National engine leads a loaded ethanol train bound for Sewaren, NJ. Illinois Central, a subsidiary and part of the CN, engine 1001 trails. The IC 1001 was assembled from a... (more)
CSX engine 2806 sports it's new "skin" as the crew spots it with CSX enigne 8250 with one of the gensets that resides in the Selkirk yard. The cab of NECR 722 can be seen behind the 2806.
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.
CSX employees shuffle power around outside the shops at the Selkirk Yard. Ex-BN, HLCX 8070 is on lease to Pan Am Railways and has been burning off horsepower hours owed to CSX. A Connecticut South... (more)
NS engine 6318 pulls hard as it rounds Horseshoe Curve on a gorgeous spring day. My wife is also snapping of shot of this one to the lower right of the shot.
New York Susquehanna & Western train CL-1 rolls around a curve as it approaches milepost 227.
A detail shot of the Hyatt journal box on the Pennsylnania Railroad GP9 on display in the park at Horseshoe Curve.
Empire Service train 286 races east while a couple of fellow railfans observe on Memorial Day weekend 2011.
A pair of CSX "Geeps" lead the local train based out of South Schenectady over the Mohawk River as they head back east with 8 cars in tow.
The Capitol Limited pauses briefly over the Potomac River before continuing east to Washington D.C.
A late afternoon arrival allows for a train from East Deerfield, MA bound to Rotterdam Junction, NY to be photographed as it passes by Schenectady International.
Norfolk Southern engine 9595 squeals around Horseshoe Curve with a piggy back train.
A set of Norfolk Southern SD40E helper engines ease a very long frieght downgrade on Horseshoe Curve.
A Norfolk Southern intermodal train passes by the decomissioned Alto Tower on a beautiful spring morning.
The RJ-2 local shoves a coulpe of tanks cars off of the Rotterdam Branch into the sidings at Schenectady International.