As the global pandemic spreads and retail stores get pummeled with consumers in media induced panic mode, It’s business as usual on a windy and cold Saturday morning as Q007 & Q403 meet at CP-111.... (more)
A triple threat of veteran war wagons approaches Browns Crossing with a heavy freight out of Selkirk on a bright cold Sunday morning.
A new CSXT ST70AH leads Q262 into Holcim fields on a February morning.
On a frigid, blue dome day, a tremendously rare leader off the CP rumbles over the frozen creek bed with a loaded ethanol train. The former SOO SD60Ms have long been a favorite of mine but very di... (more)
A nice Christmas Eve “gift” from CSXT & the Train Gods on a milder blue dome day in the Hudson River Valley. A former B&O war wagon CSXT 8435 leads two BNSF units over the Catskill Creek just shy ... (more)
On a cold December late morning, Philly bound oil train K162 rumbles south over the serene icy Catskill Creek after holding at CP-111 for Q007. Winter has come hard and early to the Mid Hudson Val... (more)
What goes down must come up. After bringing a train of loaded ethanol cars down the CSX RIver Sun as K652-16, the empties returned on Sunday, September 22, 2019 as K653-20. Canadian National Railw... (more)
Scratch this off my bucket list of "things I hope happen one day". CSXT "Spirit of West Virginia" crosses the Catskill Creek with CSXT 8887 on a fine summer Sunday evening.
A 'funeral' train crosses the Catskill Creek with former Amtrak now LTEX refugees on a pleasant Sunday afternoon.
A northbound manifest is making its way across the trestle over the Catskill Creek.
CSX K680 is seen passing milepost 113 blowing its horn for the crossing on a great spring afternoon.
CSX 9006, an add on for K138 is seen pulling ahead after waiting for another K train to pass.
It’s a beautiful spring day in the Hudson River Valley. Two photographers standing on the Catskill Creek foot bridge breath a tremendous sigh of relief as the low cloud shadow lifts as K162-12 ru... (more)
Heading east at CP-SK with a nice Santa Fe lettered nosed leader on a beautiful Spring morning out of Selkirk Yard.