GEs as far as the eye can see.
So this is where the EMDs are working. Morning rush begins.
Early morning drilling. SD40E, rebuilt from CSX SD40-2 8130; nee Seaboard 8130. Gotta dig the radiator flares.
Taken from Ben's Bridge
From the wayback machine: a view from Ben's Bridge.
Standard cab is a nice break from wides.
GP40-2 in the middle of AC44s lead the lines of power to head out of Selkirk later this evening.
Standard cab C40-8, with a new coat of paint, runs through Selkirk yard.
This visitor has been in Selkirk for a couple of days--destination?
Up the hump at last light.
A look back at Selkirk yard over a decade ago.
A wide look at Selkirk's hump and tower, as empty construction debris gons head up.
Single SD40-2 sets up a string of cars to go up the hump.
What I did on my Summer vacation: Watching one of Selkirk's slug sets work on a beautiful Summer afternoon.