A view to be seen only in memory or photographs.
Over six years ago on a late summer night in August, CSX 8774 just comes off of pit 2 pulling three other EMD SD40's, with other power sitting out... (more)
A former Conrail SD38-MT6 slug set (ex-CR 6948 & CR 1127) shoves a long cut of cars over the hump at Selkirk Yard. CSX YN2 paint was creatively adapted to the lines of the MT6.
Quick Service. A CSX Mechanical Crew changes a ditchlight bulb and while another gives the other a once over before Q022 departs for Boston
A CSX Manifest arrives from in Selkirk yard
A yard switcher drills a cut of humped cars on the east end of Selkirk yard
GECX 2022 Tier 4 demonstrator unit passes under the hump bound for the fuel plant on a warm summer afternoon.
BCOL 4601, the trailing unit on the morning's Q620 sits towards the sun as it and CN 8006 await their next assignment with other units and the East End of Selkirk Yard in the background.
The sun slowly rises on December 24, 2013 shining it's light onto Selkirk as most of the locomotives sit still waiting for their next assignment, all except for the yard power pushing cars over th... (more)
Back in mid fall 2013 BNSF pumpkin 6296 leads a eastbound manifest through FB and into the yard where the power will be cut and the train will be pushed over the hump to make new trains either for... (more)
A rather large engine consist sits in the yard waiting for the conductor to walk back up to the head end after cutting the engines off. Towards the back there's a UP SD40-2 now patched to LTEX.
CSXT 2476, a former Conrail SD50 sits in the yard. The engine has been derated to 3,000 horse power and reclassified by CSX as an SD50-2.
A yard job led by a YN2 SD40 passes by a stationary auto train as it heads for the east end of the yard.
CSX Q264 sits without a crew on the newly constructed bypass tracks that now run through Selkirk Yard. The crew that would take this train down the B&A would go on duty at 1100.
CSX train Q268 heads for the River Sub with CITX 3068 in the lead. 3068 was built in September of 1970 as GTW 5929, before becoming GCFX 3068 and eventually what it is now.
GMTX GP38-2 number 2109, sits next to CSX 774. Off to the right, are several leasers including HLCX, CITX, FURX and a Bangor and Aroostook unit.