"Brand New M9s at Fresh Pond"
Brand new Kawasaki-built Long Island Rail Road M9 railcars sit on Track "11 East" at New York & Atlantic Railway's Fresh Pond Yard. The two pairs, 9009/9010 &... (more)
This rotary snow plow was built in 1898 in Patterson at Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works. The tender was replaced in 1940 by a PRR tender. The rotary ploew was retired in 1965 and moved to the S... (more)
West of Montauk, the LIRR passes through Napeague, a narrow low-lying stretch of land that connects Montauk with the rest of Long Island. This train is heading back towards New York City after a ... (more)
Rush hour at Jamaica !!!
A westbound ballast train clears up in the siding at Post.
Only 5 hours away from flying to Argentina from the JFK airport ,Take advantage of those hours to visit this beautiful railroad.
"Alco Power Pack Ready for Scrap"
Long Island Rail Road's rebuilt Alco Power Pack, LI 3100, sits on the River Track at Wheelspur Facility in Long Island City awaiting the scrapper's torch.... (more)
Rush hour in the LIRR.Amazing !!!
Ready Line at Morris Park. After turning on the turntable the 163 is added to the west end of the line.
The action of the evening commute has commenced at the West Side Yard in Midtown Manhattan. A Bi-level trainset is pushed towards Penn Station by dual mode unit #520, and will continue its duties ... (more)
Dual-Mode 520 in the lead heading over North Main Street. Montauk bound train seconds from station platform.
Snow Again. Another Noreaster.