MBTA 7538 was the only one of the agency's 14 ex-New Haven/Penn Central GP9s to receive the yellow/purple/gray "Easter egg" paint scheme. It awaited the evening rush hour at Boston's Sou... (more)
An inbound MBTA commuter train consisting of a set of depowered RDCs behind an FP-10 cab unit crosses the Charles River drawbridge and enters Boston's North Station. The MBTA's 19 FP-10s were form... (more)
Amtrak's Fast Mail was the mail and package express train that operated overnight between Boston and Washington. With a string of baggage cars and a single Amcoach behind its F40, southbound #13 p... (more)
On a cold winter morning in Boston, the GP9s and RDCs that brought New Haven Railroad commuters in from the suburbs gather at Dover Street Yard in South Boston amid clouds of train heating steam.... (more)
Having departed from the Arborway terminal and ducked under the New Haven RR mainline, a pair of MBTA PCCs venture out onto South Street in Jamaica Plain on their way downtown via Huntington Avenu... (more)
Acela Express rests in South Station.
Penn Central didn't like to spend unnecessary money on paint. Former New York Central RS-3 5333 had its old road name and herald painted out and went back to work in complete corporate anonymity. ... (more)
This weary-looking Alco high hood switcher, built in 1939, was one of Penn Central's oldest diesels, edged out only be a few ex-NYC SW1s. Former New Haven HH-660 0924 got a new number and a patche... (more)
These locomotives remind me of an armored vehicle from a Japanese cartoon.
MBTA near North Station with the Boston Museum of Science in the foreground.
MBTA about to cross the Charles River lift bridge on its way out of North Station
Two things quintessential Boston: The T and Duck Boat Tours
Say something nice... You can sure see the logo from far off!
The GP40MC is unique to the MBTA, who has quite a variety of power.
The Downeaster has just passed the MBTA purple line maintenance facility and will be at North Station in a few moments.