UP 8854 crawls through Mohawk Yard & CPF-483 as it got stuck behind the 11R. As many clouds moved into the area, it became very tricky with lighting changing by the second. Thankfully the sunlight... (more)
After waiting for clearance from District 3, EDRJ proceeds over Ronald Reagan Way as it rolls towards Rotterdam Junction.
The CP-935 23K with the 60E's back in action rounds the curve into the sunset on it's way south much later than usual after working Mechanicville most of the afternoon making up it's train w/ the ... (more)
After a mostly overcast & chilly day, NS 6958 pulls the 935/23K through Mohawk at CPF-483 on it's way west into the sun just barely showing through the thick clouds.
The 935 advances south through Mohawk Yard into CPF-483 as the 22K clears the main.
A rare sight on the Rotterdam Branch these days as a former SD45-2 MEC 3405 leads MEC 7561 by Vley Road at MP07 as the RJ-1 crew heads west with the EDRJ freight to Rotterdam Junction Yard on a wa... (more)
Pan Am local “RJ-1” approaches Vley Road Crossing at the stone MP-7 marker on the Rotterdam Branch behind the Scotia DPW on a warm afternoon. The crew is heading west for Rotterdam Yard with the E... (more)
On a crisp late morning, a short RJED heads east on the Rotterdam Branch out of Rotterdam Junction for Scotia with two nice war wagon blues.
Pan Am EB train RJED (Rotterdam Junction to East Deerfield) rolls by a classic Boston & Maine stone milepost. The MEC 7635 is about one month out of the paint shop. This was the first visit of a G... (more)
Two former Southern Pacific rebuilds make the final leg of their journey to Rotterdam Junction on a fine spring afternoon.
A ragged quartet of war wagon EMDs straight out of the 1970's era clatter over Sacandaga Road on a cold and clear Saturday afternoon bound for Rotterdam Yard with a short train.
Surplus: Rust streaks adorn the flank of Amtrak 2131, one of power cars on the only RTL-II Turboliner set in existence, which for years has been slowly crumbling behind the former Super St... (more)
Turbopower no more. Once the pride of Amtrak's Empire Service fleet, the lone RTL-II Turboliner set is now slowly crumbling away behind the former Super Steel Schenectady plant. Thi... (more)
Why did the crew decide to open the nose door? Must have been some real air conditioning on this cold day. Train is heading over the B&M to Mechanicsville Yard.