A classic view of the big four bridge with an eastbound, taken from the north side of the bridge, probably sometime in the late 1920's or early 1930's photographer unknown
Specially painted in New York Central System colors, this Alco FA-2 was numbered 1111 to fit in the NYC's Alco FA-2 series. Prior to this repaint, it was Long Island Railroad number 603, and orig... (more)
New England States Express makes a long stop at Worcester in the dreadful Winter of 1961. This train had five e-units pulling. Power was neccessary for the heavy volume of headend mail and express... (more)
The business end of New York Central #3 looks grand, sporting 7 flags, including the Connecticut State Flag (left), representing the owner's home state and ultimately this car's home during the wi... (more)
The cut must be in the right order. No chance here to move one car ahead of another without going all the way back to the main. Soon the freight is delivered, the consignee is happy and people al... (more)
Switching in the streets with a crossing guard on duty, New York Central yard crew delivers paper in an era when local industries still had sidings.
New York Central Hudson No 5242 storms east through Palmyra in the 1930s.
Boston and Albany, an NYC subsidiary, 4-6-2 No 597 waits to leaves Albany in the 1930s.
East meets west again.