CSX SD70MAC #4828 pulling a long westbound train at Palatine Bridge, New York on July 9, 2016.
Empty auto rack train Q279 hauls westbound through Palatine Bridge with a GEVO and one of CSX's rare standard cab SD60s.
One of the staple auto trains on this line has a worn SD60 motor trailing through Palatine Bridge.
Couldn't of come in any better light than this, S386 with 2 very rare Ferromex SD70ACe's for power glides though QC197.
Manifest Q384 rounds the curve at Lock 14.
Q620 rounds the curve at Lock 14.
A 5 CSX unit Q384 hustles eastbound through Lock 14, the lash up containing a SD70MAC, SD70ACe and 3 other GE's
From across the Lock, CSX Freight Q386 Crosses Spring Street in Palatine Bridge.
A stack train blazes past Lock 14 on the Mohawk River with a long and colorful consist of containers in tow.
Amtrak P32AC-DM 711 leads train 281 at Erie Canal Lock 14 in Palatine Bridge. 711 appears to have had some recent nose repairs. Note the different shades of blue.
CSX intermodal Q161 thunders west through Palatine Bridge, NY on a steamy August afternoon. A standard cab C40-8 is an atypical leader for a train such as Q161.
At our second location, After being held up at CP 196 for a few westbounds, Q254 gets going again heading east to selkirk, check out the nice reflection of the puddle of the lead engine.
Another SD50-2 leader on an Auto rack, this time on Q254 with a all EMD lash up, we chased this train a few miles because of his slow speed.
Heading eastbound through CP196, loaded auto rack train Q262 with all units facing east and a nice SD50-2 for a leader, don't see to much of these leading main line freights.