A pair of SD40-2's lead a southbound stack train over the Kingston trestle with the third unit being Road Slug # 2208 which has since been repainted.
Crew members of the Catskill Mountain Railroad ride the front of Alco RS-1 401, ready to flag the next crossing.
A CSXT Customer Special from North Bergen, New Jersey to Saratoga Springs, New York is seen northbound on the CSXT River Subdivision at Kingston, New York, crossing the Rondout Creek with the CSXT... (more)
Former Vermont Railway 401 trundles towards Washington Avenue with the Saturday only Kingston shuttle. The CMRR has been making headlines in the local papers with run-ins with the city's mayor a... (more)
During a torrential downpour from a passing thunderstorm, a rare former Durham & Southern GP38-2 departs north with cars for Lehigh Cement in Cementon NY. Sometimes it pays off to get soaking, ... (more)
One of the few surviving R16s from New York Cities retired subway fleet, 6368 has undergone some cosmetic body work and runs in special trips at the Trolley Museum in Kingston, NY.
The Catskill Mountain Railway is an active group and I believe that soon this lonely Lackawanna MU will be doing what it was made to do. I will ride as soon as possible!
It is safe to say there is no danger to anyone or thing here. The forlorn former DL&W MU trailer obviously has not gone anywhere for a long time. The Catskill Mt RR does have plans to move 2322 to... (more)
A northbound intermodal flys through Kingston yard, past this old switch.
After switching around a little, the engines head back to their train, a southbound manifest.
With a B36-7 (5004) as the second unit SEOI flies above Rondout Creek on its way to New Jersey.
After waiting for Q438 to clear, Q118 gets the green south and over this spectacular bridge...
The sun, good weather and a little of that railfan luck was on my side this day as an awesome locomotive consist heads north on Q438...