The Cliffs of Highland Falls -
A northbound stack train on the CSX River Subdivision is passing through the Hudson River Valley.
Control Point 45 - A southbound mixed freighter blows through the signals at milepost 45, which guard a 10,700 ft long siding on the CSX River Subdivision.
A 4-car local makes its way south along the Hudson River with the buildings of West Point visible in the distance.
A southbound auto train casts a muddled reflection off the shallow waters near Con Hook.
An early morning train crosses over a bridge where the Highland Brook spills into the Hudson River. Residual steam fog clings to the waters surface with the morning sun just minutes away from ris... (more)
A morning stack train is running north on the CSX River Subdivision along the Hudson River. This is a beautiful region where the Hudson is flanked on both sides by mountains. In this area the mo... (more)
CSXT Q43916 rounds the curve into Mine Dock Park. Q43916 is a daily manifest Selkirk, NY to Rocky Mount, NC.
Highland Brook - A CSX auto train runs north along the western shore of the Hudson River as it passes below the Highland Brook water falls. Photo taken from the opposite side of the riv... (more)
A northbound CSX intermodal train moving through the Hudson River Valley.
Highland Falls Railroad Depot -Early morning light illuminates a southbound CSX ethanol train as it passes by the former West Shore Railroad train station that was built in the 1880s. Th... (more)
Cliffside Truss - Two days earlier this older emblem H1 schemed BNSF dash 9 led a heavy oil train from West Camp NY down to NJ Railroad: Burlington Northern Santa FeLocomotive: GE C44-9W (Dash 9-44CW)Location: Highland Falls, New York, USALocomotive #: BNSF 1116Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: April 06, 2015
Four SD40-2's from three different railroads lead an empty ethanol train North past this rarely seen location on the CSX River Subdivison. The two buildings that a... (more)
Auto racks cutting through the landscape, heading north with the Bear Mountain bridge in the background.
Q433 winds south along the Hudson.
Q232 pass the West Point station as viewed from Garrison New York.