What was quite possibly a first for CP’s Ex D&H properties at the time and is now almost a daily or weekly occurrence a CN SD70M-2 is seen leading southbound 930 through the signals at Harvest Hom... (more)
One of the SD90MAC’s that NS purchased from EMD to alleviate power shortages leads an intermodial south at East Worcester. This unit will eventually be rebuilt into a SD70ace but retain the curren... (more)
One of the SD90MAC’s that NS purchased from EMD to alleviate power shortages leads an intemodial south at Gage Road. This unit will eventually be rebuilt into a SD70ace but retain the current carb... (more)
Loaded Dirty Dirt heads west.
A bitterly cold morning in February of 2010 finds the crew of NE-1 making up a train of MTY's for interchange back to CP the following day in Delanson.
An eastbound Ethanol train is seen blasting under the NYS route 30 bridge and is seconds away from passing under the photographer and his two year old son and "New Railfan Companion" who is now ta... (more)
As I mentioned a few months ago with a NS OCS shot that I uploaded of this location. This scene looks a lot different today than it did in June of 2011. New signals have been placed in front of th... (more)
Train #252 is seen making a run for the grade to Howes Cave on a late June evening in 2011. At the time this image was taken GE and EMD consists were a standard or if you were real lucky an occasi... (more)
A lot has changed since this image was taken....No more racks, small stub instead of two tracks, new crossing and the Library now in habits the old depot. Plus only one GE.
NREX #4211 is seen running light up to CPF #503 in the pouring rain while the photographer is trying to shield himself under a tree and take an image at the same time. What we do for a picture.
What a gorgeous site to see rolling south down the A&S compared to the Filthy CP and NS power one can find on any day.
Time was running short for Soo Painted Six Packs in 2010. God only knows how many are left now. Any Idea?
NE-1 is seen passing "The Home Front Cafe" a popular meeting place for folks from off the Hill and from the Village as trolls through the crossing at Main Street with a cut of loaded racks in tow.... (more)