During the Washington County Fair you can take the trolley from the parking lot to the fair. What better way to get to the fair!
MTA Subway trains pass on the busy Williamsburg bridge bringing rush hour commuters across the East River. I loved this area, great for train watching, taking in the city and even meeting people.
Lechmere Viaduct - A Green Line train heads south across the Charles River from Lechmere Station in Cambridge, to the Science Museum stop in Boston. Taken from the Museum of Science park... (more)
Business as usual on the MBTA Green Line as firefighters fight a three-alarm fire in a store near Coolidge Corner.
An ancient Budd R32A rolls across the Williamsburg Bridge with a Z train service. These are the oldest cars on the NYC Subway in regular service, built 1964-65.
The 42nd street shuttle waits at the busy Times Square Subway Station. The shuttle provides a vital link from here to Grand Central Terminal and the service turns 100 years old in August.
A Q train approaches Ocean Parkway while vintage cars from the parade of trains event prepare to depart Brighton Beach.
One of the vintage subway trains heads for the shops after the Parade of Trains event. An American Car Foundry Type A leads a train toward Coney Island shops thru Ocean Parkway.
The Q train arrives at Brighton Beach.
Two N trains pass on the elevated to and from Astoria. The City of New York could not survive without it's trains.
MTA train curves into 33rd street with a 7 train service.
At Queensboro Plaza, an N train weaves it's way into the upper level of the station.
A 7 train snakes into the upper level of Queensboro Plaza. This station has just turned 100 years old last year and as then as now, trains rumble above the streets.
The N train wanders above the streets of Queens, viewed from the Hilton Garden Inn. Ask for the subway side if you come.