Imagine the number of people that have walked through this train station. Built in 1925, it is the third busies rail station in the United States. The station serves around 120,000 passengers ever... (more)
Originally built in 1911 for the New York Central & Hudson River Railroad, today it serves Metro-North and Amtrak. Yonkers station was recently revitalized inside and out. The interior of the stat... (more)
Some of the world's most interesting subway station designs can be found along the Stockholm Tunnelbana, where a handful of stations are left with exposed rock, painted in vibrant colors by variou... (more)
The splendor of Grand Central Terminal.
Watchmen of Park Ave
It may be easily overlooked if you're fighting New York City traffic but one of the many visual and architectural marvels of Grand Central Terminal are the... (more)
A calm weekend evening at Hoboken Terminal as the last rays of sunlight shine through the station.
Grand Central Terminal's sky ceiling is complemented by an LED light show in the windows, celebrating the station's centennial year.
Nothing grander than Grand. 1 second exposure. Handheld.
The codger has still got it. Sony a7II, Zeiss 24mm, APS-C mode.
All is peaceful on the darkest day of the year. This turn-of-the-century station is certainly one of the architectural highlights of the city of Greensburg.
Cincinnati Union Terminal at night.
Cincinnati Union Terminal in the morning sun.
Constructed in 1899, South Station is the largest railroad station in Greater Boston serving Amtrak and the MBTA. Located at the intersection of Atlantic Ave and Summer street in Dewey Square, thi... (more)
The massive Grand Central Terminal. GCT is served by Metro North with routes north and east out of New York City.
Oakland Jack London Square Station at night.
Despite being dwarfed by neighboring buildings, such as the MetLife building (formally PanAM), Grand Central Terminal continues its legacy of a commanding presence in The Big Apple.