So, for the past few hours I've been listening to my scanner and was hearing what I thought was the Kingston local shoving cars around Newburgh. I heard several trains stopping on the Newburgh siding and they were later informed by the NI dispatcher that they were holding for a coal train in Roseton. I have never heard of a coal train going to Roseton however, I had heard a foreman about three weeks ago pulling out rail and other items off the siding in Roseton (CP63) and heard him say that they were clearing the siding up for a train. For the past several years I've only heard CSX use this siding for MOW equipment and to set out a broken car. The train ID is CSX V885-22. CSXT engine 305 was heard spotting the cars. After awhile the NI desk asked V885 if they could clear the main to allow for several northbounds and he was advised that V885 still had 60 cars on the main that had to be spotted. My question is... Is the plant in Roseton now taking Coal shipments again by rail or is this only because all barge movements have stopped due to ice on the Hudson River. If anyone can finds anything out or hears anything, please feel free to share!