The hard working crew of the Catskill Mountain Railroad pose in front of RS-1 401 on May 29th, 2016, uncertain about the future of the railroad that they work so hard to keep running. May 30th is... (more)
May 7, 2016 marks the first time that steam has traveled the rails of the Ulster & Delaware since the 1950s, but sadly it also marks what is quite possibly the last, as the Catskill Mountain Railr... (more)
"PATH 143 Arrives at it's New Home " The second of only two PATH (Port Authority Trans-Hudson) railcars to survive the fall of the World Trade Center, PATH #143, arrives at the Kingston Tro... (more)
The crew has a quick chat while the passengers of the 4pm train are boarding. This line is in danger of being ripped up and made into a bike trail, although the railroad supports Rail WITH Trail. ... (more)
CMRR 401 on the 3pm Kingston City Limited shoves east back to Kingston Plaza at Washington Ave in Kingston, NY 7/11/2015
A special former B&O bay window caboose coming in behind a rail train to Kingston Yard to l,ay over for the holiday weekend. The crew were earlierblaying down a section of rail in Newburgh.
A mix of BNSF and NS power heads south on the siding track for CP-87 in downtown Kingston after two CSXT run arounds on the main on a gorgeous spring afternoon in the Hudson River Valley.
Erie-Lackawanna train excursion with E8(A) 816 and 823 with a southbound New York Central freight, in the lead F3(A) 1633, F7(B) 2438 and F7(A) 1659 at Kingston, New York October 10, 1969.
Night time sets in with a freight heading over the Kingston trestle and the Sargasso Sea tug coming in for the night. In 2006 the Sargasso Sea was acquired by K-Sea Transportation Partnership of... (more)
The conductor lines the switch for FURX 5545 to leave the yard at Kingston NY.
FURX 5545 leads CSX 2778 south out of Kingston Yard.
CMRR RS1 is used as an over-sized air compressor, as a work crew air blasts C9 bridge over Esopus Creek.
Hot shot UPS train heads south over Espous Creek with another one of the marinas below.
Q010 heads over the Kingston Marina on the Wilbur trestle as a group of city works cleans the park area on this beautiful morning.
A trio of GE units fly past Saint Mary's Cemetery in Kingston on the River Line.