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Fred G

03-27-10 CSX near Newburgh

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Some CSX freight shots from Saturday 03-27.

 

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ES44DC 5470 Newburgh, near the MN ferry slip for the boat to Beacon.

 

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Intermodal train headed south.

 

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AC4400CW 599 with [i believe] the E-L branch to Greycourt on the overpasses.

 

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ES44DC 5282 at Donahue Park

 

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Passing siding north of Donahue Park

 

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SD60M 8779 heading southbound now that the northbound has cleared out. Single track blues!

 

That's all for now, and thanks for looking.

 

your pal,

Fred

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love freight rail! Such a long ass snake train :P

 

Wonderful pixs sir!

 

What state is this in?

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Great shots Fred its always nice when CSX decides to run on the River sub, there are days where you may see one train in 8 hours..

 

First train is K634.

Second Q118

Third Q417

Fourth Q438

Fifth another K634. CSX likes that symbol for Ethanol LOL.

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Cool pics, Fred!

 

Thanks!

 

love freight rail! Such a long ass snake train :P

 

Wonderful pixs sir!

 

What state is this in?

 

Thanks, Mark. I was in NY up by Newburgh

 

Great shots Fred its always nice when CSX decides to run on the River sub, there are days where you may see one train in 8 hours..

 

First train is K634.

Second Q118

Third Q417

Fourth Q438

Fifth another K634. CSX likes that symbol for Ethanol LOL.

 

Thanks, and thanks for the train numbers. I've learned that Saturday around 11 to 1 is pretty good and then it's catch as catch can. I also learned that the wayside signals are off unless there is train activity so that gets the heart pumping too :P

 

But yeah, often it's a dead line, unless you're on the east bank of the Hudson.

 

Nice Fred! How many trains an hour did you get up there?

 

They came in small groups, I had 4 between 11 and 1 and then 2 more and that was it. I drove over to Cold Spring for pizza and then fanned the MN line at Garrison and Little Stony Point, that ped overpass north of Cold Spring. Thanks for the compliment, Dan. :tup:

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They came in small groups, I had 4 between 11 and 1 and then 2 more and that was it. I drove over to Cold Spring for pizza and then fanned the MN line at Garrison and Little Stony Point, that ped overpass north of Cold Spring. Thanks for the compliment, Dan. :tup:

 

Cool, Great Set!

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...its always nice when CSX decides to run on the River sub, there are days where you may see one train in 8 hours...

 

LOL I was just going to ask how busy that line was. I shot that line once back in Conrail days with the late Mike Abalos; we tried chasing a train south and wound up getting lost somewhere in the Newark area. It looked like a really neat line!

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