Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) T1 car no. 5143 (Bombardier, 1995-2001) is the lead unit on a Kennedy-bound Line 2 train, seen stopped at Bloor-Yonge Station.
Subway Heritage Unit.
South Brooklyn Railway (SBK) R47 locomotive N1 (GE 45-ton, 1974) idles at 14th St Station on the IND 8th Avenue Line while waiting for overnight work to commence. ... (more)
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New York City Transit Authority (NYCTA) R32 (Budd, 1964-1965) and R42 trains (St. Louis Car Co., 1969-1970) are seen at 168th St Station on the IND 8th Avenue Line. The R32 at r... (more)
New York City Transit Authority (NYCTA) R156 locomotive no. OL929 (MPI, 2012-2013) sits on one of the seldom-used inner tracks at Chambers St Station on the BMT Nassau Loop,... (more)
A Manhattan-bound (L) train of R143 cars (Kawasaki, 2001-2003) arrives at Bushwick Ave-Aberdeen St station on the BMT Canarsie Line. The station mosaics along this part of the C... (more)
A set of R42 cars (St. Louis Car Co., 1969-1970) leads a New York City Transit Authority (NYCTA) refuse train that has stopped momentarily on the Manhattan-bound local tra... (more)
Bowdoin the current end of the Blue Line. There have been ideas to close this station or extend the Blue to Charles MGH.
A Type 7 arrives in Park Street via the oldest Subway in the USA. Unique feature of Park Street on the inbound side is a track right in the middle of the platform you can walk across.
Once upon a time the Aquarium station was very dimly lit. But a rebuild has changed that and it is now one of the best stations for photos. The T now has a headlights on policy another new change.
The newest cars on the "T" built by CRRC creep into North Station which has seen massive changes over the years, once elevated pre 1975 and more recently merged with the Green Line in 2004.
A Type 9 trolley waits at North Station now in the Subway. Once this was an elevated stop, click here to see how it was in 2004.
Two generations of Alstom Metropolis
A set of UTDC 01700's arrive at the famous Park Street or as it was known, Park Street Under. These cars built in the late 1980's look like their older counterparts and can couple to them.
01500's built by Pullman Standard 50 years ago arrive at Dowtown Crossing with a friendly operator. These cars I rode as a kid are marked for retirement, but for now still serve the T.
MP-68 in a rain day!