Caught unaware by a sudden horn while eating a delicious grilled chicken sub in the car, I managed to capture this shot of K163 departing off Bypass Track #3 after swapping crews at CP-14 at Selki... (more)
On a beautiful warm, spring like Sunday afternoon, CSXT K163-08 drifts down the Bypass Track for its crew swap as Q425( on the background left)and two trimmers work the Selkirk Recieving Yard.
A CSX manifest train arrives at Selkirk yard at Feura Bush NY
A nice colorful duo heads west for CP-FB on a beautiful summer evening at Selkirk Yard.
Illuminated by sucker hole of afternoon sun in the dark clouds, the "great pumpkin' leads a huge 217 car Monday monster into Selkirk Yard for Track 8 from the west.
"It's gonna feel like Mexico in July"
Early morning Belles approach CP-14 for the crew swap on a beautiful bright morning at Selkirk Yard. I originally planned to chase the CP D45 local north of Albany this morning but word of this a... (more)
After numberous breakdowns due to a brutal frigid air mass, the South Schenectady/Rotterdam local limps back to Selkirk Yard after a difficult sub-zero morning. Apparently these new GEO rebuilds... (more)
An extra frosty Q621-05 comes into the Selkirk Recieving Yard after a long painful journey east from the North Country during a bitter Arctic Outbreak of single digit temperatures.
A group of young fans huddle in the last light of the afternoon to record one of the colorful UP heritage units making it's third visit to Selkirk this year on CSXT rails in the Capital District.
The yellow and black face of NS VGN 1069 makes a nice colorful 'pop' against the low light of a frigid morning as it comes out of the shadows of the west for a landing at Selkirk Yard.
This eastbound ethanol rolls in from the west as a Q227 autorack train awaits an air test from the Selkirk Car Department on a frigid Sunday afternoon.
A factory fresh UP leader comes in for a landing at Selkirk Yard with a heavy manifest as part of a small eastbound afternoon parade from the west off the Selkirk Sub. After a week of cold, mise... (more)