On a mild Sunday afternoon(temps in the mid to upper forties!), a CSXT conductor boards KCS 'belle' MAC 3943 after arming the freight at CP-SK. The train developed head end box issues upon it's... (more)
Hot shot stacker Q272 overtakes a Q409 finishing it's double out of Selkirk after a large winter storm slammed the region overnight.
After a heavy overnight coastal snow storm, it's business as usual as the crew hauls up five loads on the slippery grade to downtown Hudson with war wagons CSXT 8849 & 8839.
A very rare daylighted southbound freight on the north end of the Hudson Line rounds the curve just south of Hudson Station with two war wagon ex-Cons' CSXT 8840 & CSXT 8757.
Newest models on the chopping block are the SD70Ms and Dash 8s on CSXT. CSXT 4722 leads a heavy drag as it meets a northbound holding K141 on a December afternoon.
On a frigid single digit afternoon, K142-05 heads south for the River Sub as a UP-NS-UP lite power set from a loaded coal N955 move holds to return to Selkirk Yard.
After numberous breakdowns due to a brutal frigid air mass, the South Schenectady/Rotterdam local limps back to Selkirk Yard after a difficult sub-zero morning. Apparently these new GEO rebuilds... (more)
An extra frosty Q621-05 comes into the Selkirk Recieving Yard after a long painful journey east from the North Country during a bitter Arctic Outbreak of single digit temperatures.
A brutal Arctic Outbreak has swept into the Capital Region plunging temps to single digit highs and minus zero winds as a K142-05 departs off the Fast Freight with a CSXT add on. On the left, a ... (more)
Looking like the Polar Express, a heavy freight comes into Selkirk Yard on Track One of a brutal frigid day in the Capital Region.
Here's to a "brighter future" into 2018 as the "Jersey Rocket" speeds towards Brown's Crossing with 156 axles on a sub-zero windy morning.
Its a toasty four degrees as a vicious Siberian express has enveloped the Hudson River Valley from the north pole. Capt Triple D pilots a heavy southbound stackr with two nice BNSF "bonga" Gevos... (more)
With a factory fresh leader, this big oil made a startling sight over the icy Catskill Creek on a chilly Saturday morning!
Two sets of former RCL EMD trimmers work side by side on a cold Sunday afternoon after the season's first snowfall.
With a grungy MAC leader and two Tier 4 BNSFs, K140-17 departs for CP-12 and the River Sub on a moody mid-November afternoon on a cold, windy Sunday.