"NYAR M3 Scrap Move at BLISS"
New York & Atlantic Railway's RS-20 crew pauses at BLISS on the Lower Montauk while shuttling 4 FICX flats loaded with LIRR M3s from Long Island Cit... (more)
"NYAR M3 Scrap Move at LIC"
New York & Atlantic Railway's RS-20 crew prepares to shuttle 4 FICX flats loaded with LIRR M3s from Long Island City to Fresh Pond Yard via the Lower Montauk. T... (more)
A work crew out of Hicksville drops off a section of panel track in Wyandanch for the LIRR's double track project between Farmingdale and Ronkonkoma
"Last Switch of the Day"
The engineer of NYAR's Plow Extra looks on as the Track Department heats up the last switch of the night. Once cleaned out the plow job will shuttle the ... (more)
Track work on the Main. Preparing to drop ballast viewed from the 5th Ave RR crossing.
Finished switching customers Southern Container and Roberts Plywood. Don and Jay waiting for the LIRR to clear up before heading up to the switch. They will head back to Pine Aire.
WSOR 1501 crosses Knorr Road near Adell, WI in June of 2009. Shot on good ole Fujichrome slide film.
"Meeting at the East End of the Wye"
New York & Atlantic Railway's RS-70 prepares to depart east out of Fresh Pond Yard to Pineaire while the Yard Crew (RS-20) waits on the lead ... (more)
Smoke Them Butts! Working the SE Yard Job, a butthead switcher puts on a smoke show as it switches a long string of tank cars in the yard. Not only are these type switchers a rarity in... (more)
MP15AC 166 about to pull out of station. Heading westbound with GP38-2 267 on the rear to push westbound.
LIRR Leaf Crusher awaiting eastbound MU train to Ronkonkoma. MP15AC 171 five hoppers and MP15AC 170 are waiting to proceed westbound to Morris Park for servicing.
Lake State Railway train BCSG-16, Bay City to Saginaw, MI, is ready to depart the Bay City yard with the pair of Lake State Railway MP15s, 1501 and 1502. The train is seen finishing switching man... (more)
A trio of NYAR MP15ACs sit quiet in the east yard at Pond. In the distance, the Empire State Building stands tall.