Montreal-Selkirk cn #327/CSX Q620 with two freshly rebuilt SD40-3's passes through the rolling farm lands near the Canada/US Border on the Montreal Subdivision.
A SpongeBob Square cab heads eastbound with Q620 on a glorious fall day.
CN 2659 leads a CN C40-8W 2187 east on Q620. CN 2187 used to be ATSF 851 in it's younger days.
The daily Q620 holds in the Fonda siding before continuing east in to Selkirk, NY. In Conrail days, this train was known as the CNSE. Not too long ago, it was a pretty sure bet to a see CN leading... (more)
The Q620 rolls around the curve at Quist Road under blue dome sky's as it makes it's daily run for Selkirk. CSXT engine 7686 has seen better days and is a testament to true mainline gritty action... (more)
Coming in for Track 4 at Selkirk Yard with four 'war wagon' cowls. CN '5532', '2438', '5526' & '5519'. Still a big question mark if this train will stay or go from the ST. Lawrence Sub/CSXT to... (more)
Q620 heads south out of Canton on the St. Lawrence Subdivision with the CSXT 459 and 7723 GE combo.
Q620 mixed manifest heads south on the CSX St. Lawrence Subdivision.
An Easter Q620 heads south on the St. Lawrence Subdivision with a CN SD60F.
Nice mix of power on Q620 seen here heading east towards Albany.
Q620 has a colorful consist today. Even here in the North Country, winter is giving way to spring.
Q620 manifest twists and turns into the setting sun in Northern New York.
Q620 pulls through Potsdam on the St. Lawrence Sub. A contrast of GE vs EMD. Wide cab vs spartan cab. YN2 vs YN3. C40-8W and SD40-2 for power.
Q620 heads south out of Massena Yard, entering the St. Lawrence Subdivision at "BROUSE." C40-8W and SD40-2 for power.
CN widebody units provide power for today's CSX Q620. CN SD60F #5507 and C40-8M #2411 and a train of mixed manifest.