7 Trains meet at the 46th St-Bliss St Station along Queens Blvd in Queens, NY. In the distance, an airliner climbs shortly after takeoff from LaGuardia Airport.
The Arnines on the middle track passing by an R160 at Hewes Street during a fan trip that commemorated the end of Myrtle Avenue el service west of Myrtle Avenue station to Bridge/Jay Streets (it u... (more)
BRT Gate Cars approaching Hewes Street on the middle track during a fan trip that commemorated the end of Myrtle Avenue west of Myrtle Avenue station to Bridge/Jay Streets (it used to go across t... (more)
"The Curved Track 3 Platform at Times Square"
One of the three 42nd Street Shuttle trains pulls into the extremely curved platform on Track 3 at Times Square. Opened in August of 1918, the... (more)
A set of Bombardier Innovia Mark II heads west out of the subway tunnel towards Howard Beach.
A set of Bombardier Innovia Mark II cars pulls into the Howard Beach station ready to make another turn back to Kennedy Airport.
Along what was once the Long Island Railroad Rockaway Branch and is now the IND Rockaway Line, a pair of elderly Pullman Standard R46 train sets stop at the Howard Beach station on their respectiv... (more)
Long ago, the brilliant Duke Ellington played "Take the A Train," but he never told us which way. Here we see A trains going both ways at Broad Channel in Queens, while a dapper gentlema... (more)
"Rush Hour on the Flushing Line" A Hudson Yard bound 7 local train on the left prepares to stop at Hunters Point Avenue, while a Flushing bound 7 Express train has departed Hunters Point... (more)
After an overnight winter storm, a blanket of snow greets a pair of IRT Flushing line No.7 trains as they pass one another in Woodside, Queens during the morning peak.
A preserved 1917 IRT Lo-V subway pulls into Yankee Stadium in the Bronx to celebrate the opening day of the 2019 baseball season.
The old and the new. For New York Yankees Opening Day the MTA New York City Transit Subway/New York Transit Museum operated its 1917 IRT Lo-Vs from Grand Central to Yankee Stadium, and they sat o... (more)
An MTA 7 local train heads west into the Mets - Willets Point station in Queens on the IRT Flushing Line with a set of Kawasaki R188s.
While a late summer sunset fades to dusk, a Manhattan-bound BMT line Q train skirts the amusement park at Coney Island, approaching its first stop at West 8th Street-New York Aquarium.