UP 2585 and UP 7323 lead B741 at East Syracuse, NY.

 

UP 2584 and UP 7323 passes by the old Railroad "Y" (red building to the left) at East Syracuse, NY.
UP 2584 and UP 7323 passes by the old Railroad "Y" (red building to the left) at East Syracuse, NY.

B741-07 passed through East Syracuse, New York, last weekend, and was led by a pair of Union Pacific (UP) locomotives. UP 2585 and UP 7323 provided another primary color to the railroad landscape of Syracuse, which primarily sees CSX blue. In the above photograph, the locomotives are leading B741 through CP 286 of CSX's Syracuse Terminal Subdivision. B741 is a loaded ethanol train that runs from Proviso, Illinois, to Linden, New Jersey. The train is handed over to CSX from UP at Proviso. 

Photograph taken on December 10, 2022, at East Syracuse, New York.

Comments

  1. I never stop to really think about all the scheduling and co-ordination that obviously goes on behind the scenes in the RRs

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    1. Yes, lots of coordination between the railroads. Most cargo rarely stays on just one railroad.

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  2. Nice catch is CSX country. Railroading is quite complicated. :-)

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