LIRR track workers are back working after the RS 40 has passed. The crew are on the way to Kleet Lumber for their weekly switch. Unfortunately the work caused both eastbound and westbound moves to... (more)
Port Jefferson bound train coming thru the signals at Kings Park Station.
The crew is switching Nassau-Suffolk Lumber with GP38-2's 271 & 270 as Power. This location is now Riverhead Building Supply that does not receive rail shipments. After the switch the 70 will head... (more)
Weekend signal work at Harold in NYC caused Port Jefferson Branch trains to run every two hours. Last remnants of the final snow storm for the season are seen.
Train 621 (407) meeting Train 608 (511) at the Smithtown Train Station Platform. Train 608 will continue eastbound towards Port Jefferson. Train 621 to Huntington its final stop where passengers w... (more)
The Class Unit #400 for the DE30AC Fleet makes a station stop on the way to Port Jefferson. See the Water Authority Water Storage Tank high above the train. These tanks are more noticeably disappe... (more)
Snow Again. Another Noreaster.
MP15AC 151 and GP38-2 271 have four empties from Kleet Lumber in Huntington. Rounding the curve before going over Woodbury Road bridge. Successful chase with the train moving slowly in between re... (more)
Two Dual-Mode train consists are laying over for the weekend at the LIRR Port Jefferson Yard. DM30AC 517 on Track 1 and DM30AC 510 on track 2 in the lead of their sets.
About to cross Broadway RR Crossing into the station.
The 4:19 P.M.from Penn Station arriving at Northport Station at 5:30 P.M. One seat ride without switching in Jamaica.
A DE30AC brings up the rear of train 608 bound for Huntington, ready to arrive at St. James.
DM30AC 500 the class unit for the LIRR dual-mode locomotives. Seen here in diesel territory.
The class unit is seen minutes from its final destination at Port Jefferson Station. It is passing the former west yard that was closed when the new yard was finished for the bilevel train sets.
LIRR P54 ping pong coaches in the rain on the last day of "conventional" off peak service. These trains were replaced with push-pull trainsets the next day.