I can kind of tell by what power and what cars I see what the trains are - the 620-621 seems to still rate at least one CN unit most of the time, the B956/Watertown-Massena locals get a lot of older SD40s and SD50s but tend to have most any six-axle power (and may have some 4-axle power tucked in for use up north), and the Fulton/Woodard local stuff always has GP38s in twos or threes.
Military stuff is a wildcard and I've seen CSX, UP, even once KCS power on them.
One train did come down late last week after dark with six or seven units on it, but I couldn't see very well - where I see most of them, there's one streetlight that's out, and one that cycles on and off, after that the view is blocked by trees. You guys who run the line would know it as around 2/10ths of a mile north of MP 3.
I haven't had a scanner on in a long time, for a while there I kind of lost interest and haven't really turned one on since. Doesn't help that the reception is terrible even with a long antenna.
Who's getting the gondolas with some kind of load in them? Several cuts on that B956 extra, hard to tell what was in them, might have been steel or aluminum of some sort, large things.