B78009 crawls north on the St. Lawrence Subdivision with debris from the recent derailment in Canton. They have MOW gons with debris, as well as 3 box cars that have been rerailed.
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.
Q620 has a colorful consist today. Even here in the North Country, winter is giving way to spring.
An extra section of the Q620 manifest train, S620, rolls south as the sky opens up and releases lots of big, fluffy flakes.
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.
O030-22 CWR train heads south on the St. Lawrence Subdivision after working up on the CSX Montreal Subdivision. The second unit, the 2329, is a GP30 carbody RDSLG.
O030-22 Hustles south out of Massena with an empty CWR train. Temporarily held up while waiting for a broken rail to be welded, it is now back up to track speed.
CN widebody units provide power for today's CSX Q620. CN SD60F #5507 and C40-8M #2411 and a train of mixed manifest.
Q620 with a pair of GEVO's head south on the St. Lawrence Subdivision. A few leaves linger in northern New York.
CSXT 7526 and 8860 power the Q620 into the setting sun on the St. Lawrence Subdivision. Big friendly wave from the crew.
Q620 with the CN 2416 rolls through DeKalb Junction, near block "KALB." A crowd was accumulating around the green building in the background, as a cattle auction was soon to begin there.