A quartet of dual mode locomotives rest on the west end of Richmond Hill yard.
LI 508 sits quiet as a mouse in the Sheridan Shop awaiting heavy overhaul. A newly rebuilt 12-710 prime mover awaits installation on the left side of the frame.
The west end of Richmond Hill Yard has 12,000 horsepower lined up in the form of LIRR's DM30AC fleet. There's a bustle of activity taking place on the east end as all of the long Montauk trains th... (more)
After 19 years of slavery in freight service for the New York & Atlantic Railway, LI #106 is finally back in its owner's shop after coming off lease. She will live out retirement shunting short cu... (more)
LI #103 and #164 idle away the humid evening before the night shift workers come in to inspect and load box them. The 103 works primarily within the Richmond Hill passenger yard, shunting coaches ... (more)
An eclectic mix of power congregates in the roundhouse tonight, including recently repainted SW1001 #105 and #106 (out of view). The aforementioned engines have been out on lease for the past 19 y... (more)
The derail tag isn't the only thing rusting to the rails in this photo. The boneyard is where trains go to die. A few examples of which are awaiting the torch after all usable parts have been scav... (more)
Introducing NYAR's newest locomotive, an EMD/Progress Rail PR20B. The RS70 crew has just brought two of them into LIRR's Morris Park yard to undergo some fine tuning and eventually a mainline test... (more)
The abandoned tower at Dunton now sits idle as its functions are now controlled by Jamaica Control Center, rendering this tower, Jay and Hall useless other than a hangout for signalmen. Two iconic... (more)
Work Train 2 heads down the NYAR Secondary (formerly Montauk Branch) with 30 empty ballast hoppers in tow for refill. They are destined for Fresh Pond for interchange with the Providence & Worcest... (more)
A quiet weekend evening commences in Morris Park as the LIRR EMD fleet enjoys a well deserved rest.
The 103 basks in the afternoon sun shut down after repaint. The 103 was the only SW1001 painted in the Railroad's blue yellow scheme. Nicely done by the Railroad's shop at Morris Park.