Even heavy snow can't stop #213, the Kirner tribute engine, as it charges up the Hudson Line.
The Salt City Express (named for Syracuse, NY) nears the end of its run as it slows for the platforms at Croton-Harmon. Built in 1976, this Rohr RTL Turboliner was brand new (in fact so new that ... (more)
P32AC-DM #203 pushes out from the high level platforms of Croton Harmon on its way to GCT. Not quite a milk run, this train does make quite a few stops between here and New York City. The "Genny" ... (more)
Having run express all the way from Grand Central Terminal (33 miles), train 857 coast to its first stop at Croton Harmon, on its way to Poughkeepsie. Only the Beacon expresses run further (59 mil... (more)
A "Zebra-Striped" New York Central "Beeliner" here in Conrail/MTA service, pulls past HM Tower, ending its run from Poughkeepsie. HM Tower controlled the yard movements around the Harmon Shop Com... (more)
A set of Budd Metropolitan MUs pulls to the platform to begin its run into Grand Central Terminal. These cars were introduced in Penn Central days, in 1971. Because the MTA wanted a family appea... (more)
Two Penn Central FL9s in MTA Blue and Yellow back onto the "Lake Shore Limited" in order to take it the final 33 miles into Grand Central Terminal. My recollection is that in 1977, Conrail owned ... (more)
During a winter thaw, we see two Conrail local trains at Harmon NY, one made up of Budd Metropolitan (M-1) cars in MTA colors, the other Budd RDC1s (Beeliners) in New York Central colors. The RDCs... (more)