The bright orange BNSF paint stands out against the moody grey winter sky, as loaded oil train K140 with an ES44C4 and an SD75I roll through Ravena.
A rebuilt SD70MAC leads intermodal Q157 north up the river line and is just about into Selkirk, this crew would end up taking the train West to Syracuse.
A matched set of war wagons CSXT 8006 8051 & 8052 head south at QR-126 making a wonderful din on a Sunday morning out of Selkirk.
A colorful short stacker races south.
One of the unloved beetle brow 60Es leads a late morning stacker south out of Selkirk Yard on the CSXT River Sub.
Fresh out of storage SD70s have been working the Selkirk to Camden turn in paired sets. A little worse for wear but sound great!
One of the few remaining SD60Is left running on the CSXT system, rumbles towards CP-SK the day after a damaging blizzard hammered the Hudson River Valley.
Typical mid-November heavy shadows, low clouds, gusty winds and fleeting sunshine prevail as a heavy oil heads south alongside Route 9W.
C711 sporting a newly rebuilt SD40E3 leader and a GP38-2 is rounding the Ravena curve a few miles south of Selkirk.
Coming south out of the morning storm clouds into bright sunshine, a rain shined ex-UP CN C40-8 2029 leads a K652 at QR-126. CSXT engineer Douglas Del Deo commands the loaded ethanol into New Je... (more)
A KCS Belle makes a rare appearance on a CSX intermodal heading south down the River Sub headed for northern New Jersey. Trailing unit is CSX 5441.
A former C&O war wagon leads a loaded oil through the curves out of Selkirk Yard on a frigid Sunday morning.
A Canadian stranger to the CSXT River Sub leads a loaded ethanol on a frigid Sunday morning out of Selkirk Yard.