An extra train was operated from Long Island City to Valley Stream, NY and return for crew familiarization and training purposes. This train ran using a DE30AC locomotive, 3 MARC coaches and a LIR... (more)
Former New York Central Railroad E8A 4083 is displayed in its unique green paint, having been restored at the Boonton facility. It was on display at the United Railroad Historical Society of NJ -U... (more)
"NYAR CWR Train Down the Irons"
New York & Atlantic Railway's RS-20 drags one of Long Island Rail Road's Continuous Welded Rail (CWR) trains down "2 Iron" at Fresh Pond... (more)
"NYAR CWR Train at Fremont"
New York & Atlantic Railway's RS-20 drags one of Long Island Rail Road's Continuous Welded Rail (CWR) trains through Fremont on the former New York Co... (more)
M&E C424 18 sits next to Whippany's station. The 18 will soon be sent to the Illinois Railway Museum. marking the end of the Alco diesel era locomotives on the M&E. The first Alco, S4 14, was deli... (more)
Splashes of Color at Hamilton: Signs of changing fall foliage and a piece of Amtrak maintenance of way equipment add extra color to the scene at Hamilton Station as a Washington-bound Acela... (more)
Keystone Cab Passing Maintenance of Way Equipment: Cab Car 9638 leads a Harrisburg-bound Keystone Service train past Amtrak maintenance of way equipment sitting on Track 3 in Hamilton on Sa... (more)
The Lake Shore Limited arriving at the Croton-Harmon station.
#488, now back on the M&E with MERR no more, is in charge of this move, actually, which includes the C424 #18 soon to head off the roster. The set was switching cars in & out of the yard for the ... (more)
Last Summer Sunset in Cranford: Raritan Valley Line Train 5445 departs Cranford Station just before sunset on the last full day of Summer 2017. This is the only westbound Raritan Valley Lin... (more)
A Colorful End: Tri-State Railway Historical Society President Mike Del Vecchio looks on from the rear of Lackawanna Caboose #896, as the last photo stop for a Tri-State Railway Historical ... (more)
Railfans in the US have historically sought out the rare "three-builder lashup" with locomotives from three separate builders on one train. On this day, CSX delivered a ... (more)