CSX AC6000CW #662 wearing the "Yellow Nose 3B" paint scheme and a "Yellow Nose 2" Dash 8-40C lead CSX Q417 bound for Pavonia, NJ past Cornwall Landing in Cornwall, New York aft... (more)
One of the most breath taking views atop Storm King Mountain viewing the Hudson Valley right off Route 218. While the visitors at this location were busy taking selfies, I was lucky enough to have... (more)
I went out West to find me some pretty
S curves and mountains…Actually I just went north of New York City up the river to Storm King Mountain and got nice autumn colors. Hopefully one of the CSX... (more)
Amtrack train heads south just emerging from one of the many tunnels along a murky Hudson River as seen from Storm King Mountain with some nice ice formations still clinging to the rocks with lit... (more)
Q439 rolls southbound along the Hudson River through Storm King State Park on a beautiful spring afternoon.
Now leaning into the curve below Storm King Mountain, Q110 had been held at CP 52 for about 1/2 hour. President Bush delivered the commencement address at West Point this particular year and all ... (more)
Almost 400ft below me, Q439 hugs the west bank of the Hudson River on its way south with tank car UTLX #662999 as the first car of many...
A classic GP leads a manifest down the River Line in the afternoon sun...
This shot from Rt 218 is nearly 400ft over the Hudson River. This could easily be confused with a highly detailed HO layout...
A northbound snakes along the banks of the Hudson as pictured from high above on Storm King Mountain.
After over 2 hours of waiting on the beautiful overlook on Storm King Mountain, this northbound manifest skirts the shore of the swollen Hudson on the CSX River Line. Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)Locomotive: GE C40-8W (Dash 8-40CW)Location: Cornwall, New York, USALocomotive #: UnknownTrain ID: UnknownPhoto Date: July 01, 2006