With a fresh crew onboard, UP 9000 proudly leads the CSXT K683-06 high-balling westbound out of Selkirk into the last bit of light after a day-trip on the River Sub.
K636 clears Unionville & CP-FB cruising into CSX' Selkirk Yard west end to tie down on the east end and do a crew change before proceeding south on the River Line.
Loaded ethanol train K408 with a Canadian Pacific SD60M leader, arrives at the west end of Selkirk Yard in Feura Bush.
Union Pacific power brings a short Q090-25 into the west end of Selkirk Yard.
KCS meets the Middletown & New Jersey RR at the west end of Selkirk Yard. CSX auto rack train Q234-15 is coming down Track 4, the bypass track, for a crew change at CP-14. It has 2 KCS SD70MAC's w... (more)
CSXT K686 comes into Selkirk around the Q620 and infront of the Q377, all three trains are seen in this picture. The Q377 advanced after the K686 cleared and would be another 45 minutes till a lan... (more)
CN 5702 leads Saturday's Q620 through FB into Selkirk with a nice surprise on the trailer, Illinois Central 1007 SD70. It's always nice to see older EMD power still going strong.
An ex Soo Line three window SD60M leads a loaded ethanol train into CSX's Selkirk yard
This was not something you see everyday, UP meeting CN on CSX. Here's the Q372 meeting the Q621 at F.B. This was a nice contrast between old and new, first the older SD75I to the SD70's but then t... (more)
"Entering at FB"
A matched set of former SOO SD60's rolls into the north side of Selkirk Yard with a buffer car and 80 loads of ethanol for New Jersey.
A matching set of ex Conrail SD60m's lead the turn job to South Schenectady and Rotterdam Jct out of Selkirk. The former GE Plastics plant now run by Sabic is in the left background.
One of the Union Pacific GE's from the 2014 order leads an EB mixed freight with some coal loads on the head end into Selkirk Yard.
Amid the northeast Fall colors the UP 1989 Rio Grande heritage unit trails CP power as it departs the CSX Selkirk Yard with an empty ethanol on its way from New Jersey to the Midwest.