Ethanol train heads south cutting through the rock cut at Mine Dock Park making that loader/backhoe look mighty small as it's passed.
Grinstein leader (sans nose herald) leads K040 south.
A pair of AC4400CW's in CSXT 232 and 212 lead a long mixed freight south with the ever majestic Bear Mountain Bridge making the train look rather small. Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)Locomotive: GE AC4400CWLocation: Fort Montgomery, New York, USALocomotive #: CSXT 232Train ID: Q433-12Photo Date: April 12, 2015
"Lost Not Forgotten"
In this scene a KCS "Southern Belle" and an IC "Deathstar" team up to bring CSX K636 South on the River Subdivision. The train is scene passing the recent... (more)
After a long stretch of cloudy overcast weather it was a nice change to have a day start off sunny with crude train K140 about to cross Iona Island with CP 9519 leader.
Another ethanol train snakes it's way south coming through Mine Dock Park having just let two northbound trains go by on the main following each other at restricted speeds while this train made it... (more)
Garbage train heads south with the majestic size of the Bear Mountain Bridge evident as it dwarfs any object. The remnants of an old ship lie in the foreground as the tide rises as it does some ... (more)
One high priority intermodal train and one sock wet with Hudson River water, a typical day of photography along the mid section of the CSX River Line.
Cutting through the rock at Fort Montgomery on a pristine April morning.
Amtrack heads north just before the Bear Mountain Bridge with a remnant of the ice flows sitting ashore and route 202 seen near the top of the photograph.
Autoracks rumble their way towards Mine Dock Park shaking some snow and water off the tunnel in the process.
Mixed freight heading south into the late day sun with Anthony's Nose and the Bear Mountain Bridge in the background with CSXT SD50 8567 following the lead engine with 128 wagons in tow.
Intermodal train led by CSXT 120 along with CSXT 7681 makes it's way onto Iona Island. The curvy pine tree just below the lead engine is a favorite perching spot for the Bald Eagles.
Southbound stacker is currently passing under the Bear Mountain Bridge and is seconds away from Iona Island as the last signs of winter linger on the hillsides.
Early morning stacktrain passes by the buildings on Iona Island that were part of the ammunition depot until 1947 with the marsh grass adding a nice gold tint.