Q620 pulls through Potsdam on the St. Lawrence Sub. A contrast of GE vs EMD. Wide cab vs spartan cab. YN2 vs YN3. C40-8W and SD40-2 for power.
O030-22 CWR train heads south on the St. Lawrence Subdivision after working up on the CSX Montreal Subdivision. The second unit, the 2329, is a GP30 carbody RDSLG.
CN widebody units provide power for today's CSX Q620. CN SD60F #5507 and C40-8M #2411 and a train of mixed manifest.
CSXT 7526 and 8860 power the Q620 into the setting sun on the St. Lawrence Subdivision. Big friendly wave from the crew.
The northbound Q621 is usually nocturnal on the northern end of the St. Lawrence Subdivision. Thanks to the holiday weekend, however, the Q62106 departed Watertown early in the morning. By the t... (more)
Q620, with 2 different generations of GE locomotives, pulls the Massena to Selkirk manifest train delivered to CSX from CN in Quebec.
Q62013 with SD50-2 and SD60I pull south through Potsdam on the St. Lawrence Subdivision.
Lately, borrowed NS and CN power has dominated the line. Today, 2 CSX AC4400's lead the Q620.
Q620 manifest train heads south on the CSX St. Lawrence Subdivision. In recent days, there has been more NS than CSX power here in Northern New York. I'm not sure what the significance is of the... (more)
Q620-24 heads south on the St. Lawrence Subdivision into the evening sun with a pair of SD40-2's and a surprise visitor, the BCOL 4601, a GE C40-8M.
S620 heads around a banked curve north of Potsdam on a beautiful day in Northren New York.
Q621 pulls over the uneven terrain of the Adirondack Foothills on the north end of the St. Lawrence Subdivision.
CSX Q62007 crosses the Raquette River headed southbound.
Engineer throws a friendly wave as the Q620 rolls towards the setting sun on a fall evening in Upstate New York. CSXT 33 and CSXT 8846 are the power.
CSX Q620-27 rolls across the peaceful Raquette River in Potsdam, NY. Note the third unit, the CSXT 2354, a Road Slug.