Arguably. Hudson NY was one of the best places to catch running meets on the north end of the Hudson Line.
Passengers have a great view of the Hudson River as a Rohr Turboliner covering a northbound Empire Service run speeds north of Cold Spring, NY, on a fine summer day.
The twin tunnels through Breakneck Ridge north of Cold Spring, NY, have seen numerous generations of equipment come and go on the Hudson Line. In the late 1970s, the newest thing was the Rohr Turb... (more)
Things you don't see anymore -- a turbo set and an FL9 share the shop tracks at Amtrak's facility in Rensselaer. The shop serves Amtrak's Empire Service trains along the Hudson and to points west.
Looking the worse for wear and nearing the end of its career, a VIA Turbotrain prepares to depart Toronto Union Station for Montreal as train 66. Stopping only at suburban Guildwood and Dorval, it... (more)
Near the end of its career, one of VIA's United Aircraft TurboTrains pauses at suburban Dorval, Quebec, 12 miles into its 335-mile Montreal-Toronto journey. The Turbos were mechanically challengin... (more)
Pausing for its stop at Rye, on the way to New York City
The Rohr Turboliner in Chicago-Milwaukee service.
RTG turbotrain T2079-2080 "Briouze" on a Boulogne-sur-Mer to Paris Nord service. These turbotrains were the Paris-London trains of the time, with ferry connections between Boulogne and D... (more)
Amtrak Turboliners built by Rohr Industries---7 sets (14 power units numbered) 150-163. These sets were based at Rensselaer, N.Y., and used in the New York-Niagara Falls corridor. The New York-Bu... (more)
CN Turbo set 129 enters Montreal Central Station trainshed for a late-afternoon departure for Toronto on August 19, 1970
A Turbotrain to Lyon Perrache has left the Mulhouse station a few minutes ago and is running along the Canal du Rhône au Rhin on its way to Belfort.