I was the first out of the subway car and onto the platform. I then took my first steps in a space that had been closed and verboten to civilians years before I was born. Even though it was lit by... (more)
A northbound/ uptown local 1 train passes the old tunnel-way where the Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line & the now 42nd Street Shuttle tracks connected. Normal "through" trains used to use th... (more)
A pair of MTA Subway trains thread the low-rise, urban density of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The dome of the landmark Williamsburg Bank is the product of venerated architect William B. Post, also n... (more)
It's 7:16 PM and my fellow New Yorkers are transferring in a dash from the N or Q train to the No. 7 to further their journey from Manhattan deeper into Queens. The white skyscraper over the train... (more)
What is better then one No 7 train? A double decker No 7! With hundreds of tired commuters on board and many more behind me on the platform waiting to get on this train to go home, these R-188 car... (more)
J train is seen carrying commuters to Manhattan over Williamsburg Bridge.
The S Stock is a fleet of subsurface rolling stock utilized on the London Underground. Delivered by Bombardier Transportation in Derby, the S Stock replaced 177 trains on the Metropolitan, Distric... (more)
Three levels down in the bowels of Grand Central Terminal in New York City, there is a huge barrel vaulted space that welcomes and discharges No. 7 trains. Clattering out of the East River Tunnel... (more)
After 42 years of service, Melbourne's stainless steel 'Hitachi' trains have finally been withdrawn. On Saturday 12th of April 2014 electric preservation group Elecrail chartered one of the remain... (more)
The number 7 subway escapes Manhattan with a load of commuters leaving the Empire State, the Chrysler and the Citibank buildings behind.
The number 7 subway goes back to the City to get another load of commuters under the watchful eyes of the Chrysler and the Empire State building.
The setting sun graces the tops of sinuous subway cars on the Number 7 elevated line as well as lighting up the utility wires like holiday garlands on a warm summer evening in Queens.
During the sunset of yet another workday, the F train huffs and puffs into Brooklyn's Smith and 9th Station, which at 87', is the tallest on the whole New York City transit system.
A Windermere bound train awaits passengers at the Cleveland Hopkins Airport station at the western end of the line.