A Different Symbol K-Bomb Train, K068 With a CP And NS Lash Up Scream Around The Curve At Lock 14.
An eastbound CSX empty dirt train bound for Fort Edward, NY just passes CP-198 with two BNSF's on the Lock 14 curve.
Right Behind The Q620 With CP Power, CSX K418 With More Power From The Canadian Pacific Rounds The Curve In Palatine Bridge In The Morning Sun.
Last Year During Our Big Train Trip, A lot Of Canadian Pacific Power Was Seen, Like On This Q620 Coming Around The Curve In Palatine Bridge In The Morning Sun.
A day after my birthday this year, I had one of the best days I've ever had out at the tracks. There was non-stop trains throughout and a majority of them had EMD's old and new leading. Here was m... (more)
On the morning of national train day 2014 CSX Q268 rounds the corner at Lock 14.
Right before the Q268, CSX Q156 rounds the curve at QC 198.
A CP SD60 still in its original white SOO scheme leads BNSF 5069 and BNSF 9075 plus a buffer and ethanol empties WB down CSX's Mohawk Sub.
First Eastbound Stack Train Of The Morning Is The Q156 Which Normally Runs Overnight But I Think Is Now A Day Light Train Through This Part Of New York Now, The Q156 Is Seen Here Passing QC 197.
First Train Of Saturday Morning Was CSX Q380 With Nice SD40-2 Leader On A Bright Sunny Morning.
Sunday January 5th Was Also A Good Day For Trains, CSX Q385 Is Seen Here At Lock 14 With A UP/SP/CSX Lashup In The Afternoon Sun.
On A Very Cold Weekend In Upstate New York CSX Gave Us Railfans Some Nice Trains With Some Pretty Sweet Power, Here CSX Q640 With 1 UP And 8 CSX Engines, Passes Palatine Bridge In The Morning Sun.
CSX Q227 Empty Autos From Selkirk Is Making Quick Work Heading West Doing 58MPH By Us With The The Engineer Laying On The Horn.
On yet another beautiful fall evening a YN3b SD40-2 leads the L279 into C.P. 198 on the Mohawk Subdivision at Lock 14 in Palatine Bridge.
Going Back To The Summer Of 2013, A Rare Amtrak P280 This Day, Having 3 Engine's In The Lashup And A P42 Leading, Normally The Empire Service Trains Have P32's And One Engine..Not Today, The Engin... (more)