A northbound Conrail coal train waits for Monongahela 2303 South to get by.
PW switching in Old Saybrook. The other engine is a B unit number 3004.
There's nothing like the blue skies after a huge Canadian high pressure in the summer, but it would be completely cloudy within an hour of this picture from the Lake (Erie) effect.
What started out as a dreary and rainy New England fall day, turned into a perfect cloudless day for railfanning. As Mark Twain said, "If you don't like the weather in New England, wait 5 minutes.... (more)
This is the first time the caboose has come to McAlester since its restoration. AOK 4093 & the caboose (which used to be orange) match quite well now.
The "Super Seven" sisters tied down for the night.
Pulling windmill blades into the AOK yard for storage.
A rare CSX B23-7R "Super 7" idles in West Springfield Yard under a starry sky after coming in on a work train. More at http://rparent.fotopic.net
Former "Monongahela" Super Seven, sporting a new nose decal. The old one got sprayed with solvent and was fading fast.
CSX 3185 takes a breath after bringing a ballast train to West Springfield
Parked just west of the UP diamond.
Ohio Central 4099 performs switching moves in and out of Warwick Yard. The train is long enough that they reach S. Division St. while doubling the train. The CSX symbol for today's foreign train... (more)
#2216 returning to MA
This is the first time I've seen these two engines not coupled together or coupled to other units.