The 418 heads up a set of leased MARC coaches which were subsequently used through the summer of 2017 to fill in due to equipment shortages. The MARC cars are shown here in Morris Park undergoing ... (more)
"More M3 Junk"
Weekend layover. Very accessible yard for photos from street.
This isn't 1976! It's 2018 and the talented LIRR Morris Park shop force has repainted engine #105 into a brand new patriotic garb. Once the paint job and some mechanical work is completed, she wil... (more)
The Work Train 1 crew heads into the MoW yard in Holban with engines 158, 154 and 16 cars in tow. They'll pick up 14 more empties and head to Fresh Pond to interchange with NYAR and CSX. The name ... (more)
The end of the line for these M3s. Local fire departments will be drilling on them.
Long Island City Switcher at rest before rush hour. SEE RailPictures PHOTO ID 427028 for new paint-new scheme on the 103
With the snow on the line the Greenport Scoot has DE30AC's on both ends. DE30AC 410 is in the lead passing MP80 on its return leg back to Ronkonkoma.
LIRR power pack 602 is seen on the rear of a Jamaica bound train at Glen Cove. An MP15AC is on the other end of the train and can be seen in the background.
An MP15AC leads a mid-day Oyster Bay Branch train across the Northern Blvd. overpass and down the hill between Greenvale and Roslyn.
"Cutting the Trucks"
It's snowing, but that doesn't stop the guys at Frontier Metals from torching the trucks of 2 Budd M3 Pairs; (LI 9822/ LI 9821) and (LI 9820/ LI 9819), as they prepare... (more)
A group of lucky Alco cab units found a second life on Long Island as control cabs for the Long Island Rail Road. LIRR 600, once New York Central FA2 1102, is ready to depart Ronkonkoma station fo... (more)
A work crew out of Hicksville drops off a section of panel track in Wyandanch for the LIRR's double track project between Farmingdale and Ronkonkoma