MP15ACs in mainline, fast freight road service cannot be found too many places anymore throughout the United States. Long Island, NY is one exception, being the host to the New York & Atlantic Rai... (more)
The tree-lined right of way and the westward signals at Beth Interlocking provide a serene backdrop for the RS40 as they make their way up the Central Branch with empty hoppers and a loaded center... (more)
After waiting incessantly at a stop signal for no apparent reason, NYAR RS41 accelerates west from Beth Interlocking under the westward signal bridge to make its way back to Fresh Pond Yard after ... (more)
Progress Rail PR20B #300 and GP38-2 #268 bring the afternoon RS41 west off the Central Branch back onto the LIRR Mainline at Beth Interlocking. B Tower still stands watch although the territory is... (more)
"Nines at B"
Long Island Rail Road & Kawasaki Heavy Industry's M9 Test Train head east past BETH's easterly limits on the LIRR Main Line. The six car train is making several runs throughou... (more)
RS31 waits for a westbound to pass by on the mainline before continuing towards Fresh Pond.
The first mainline revenue run for New York & Atlantic Railway's new PR20B locomotives heads west off the Central Branch after servicing One World Recycling in North Lindenhurst. Visible to the ri... (more)
The then Saturday-only unit train to Prima Asphalt grinds around the curve at Beth. The RS30 no longer runs and Prima no longer receives cars.
The RF1 takes a restored Hack west towards Fresh Pond where it will eventually be interchanged to the NYAR and New York City Transit system to be put on display in the Transit museum in Brooklyn.
The RS30 passes the abandoned tower at Beth and proceeds east under Pennsylvania Railroad style position light signals, complete with a matching bridge. In tow is NYAR's new lease unit, CITX 402, ... (more)