Ethanol tank train heads south led by Canadian Pacific GEs.
CP AC4400CWs lead an ethanol train southbound.
Freight traveling up the west bank, passengers up the east.
Another GEVO leader on the River Sub as the leaves just start to turn along the Hudson.
Northbound Saturday morning stacks crossing the trestle at Iona Island.
A pair of fishermen could care less about the train that is about to pass by them.
From right to left: ES44DC 5272, C40-8 7614, GP38-2 2646, GP40-2 4411, GP38-2 2811; a nice mix of 6 and 4 axles over Iona Island trestle.
Stacks and pigs are lead down the Hudson.
One of the River Sub's veterans leads a northbound to Selkirk.
Early morning northbound.
This first train of this very early Saturday morning is a northbound. I count 24 [CSX]s in this frame.
After an earlier minor bottleneck at M.P.43, the River Sub is busy this Saturday morning.
The first train of the morning, a northbound, cruises up the Hudson.
Just after sun peeked over the mountains, a northbound traverses Iona Island trestle en route to a meet at M.P. 43.