“WINTER VIEW”. The New York City skyline. The Long Island Railroad’s Long Island City Yard is viewed from the Pulaski Bridge Walkway. Sun is at a better angle for photos in the A.M. today. Six Tra... (more)
"WEEKEND DUAL-MODES". The two Port Jefferson dual-mode trainsets have been left in the yard for the weekend layover in the past. With the new timetable they were placed in service for one round tr... (more)
This view from the pedestrian bridge from Route 9 to the southbound walk up platform. Metro North P32AC-DM 212 is painted in the g string as delivered paint scheme.
Last stop on the Upper Harlem. The train will head back to Southeast. See photo id 435456 for view at Ten Mile River. Another trip north on Rte 22 to pick up my son for spring break from prep scho... (more)
Weekend train to Poughkeepsie approaching Oscawana Tunnel on this peak fall afternoon. CDOT 229 in this classic New Haven Railroad inspired paint scheme running on Metro North’s Hudson Line.
Inbound train to Grand Central Terminal about to cross the Croton River Bridge.
The crew taxied up to Campbell Hall from Suffern. In this view they are about pickup their cars for Presidents Container in Middletown. On return to Campbell Hall after switching Presidents Contai... (more)
The crew is pulling around the Metro Fuel display train on the passing siding at the former Grumman site. See Railpictures Photo Id 422853 for picture of display train.They will push the display t... (more)
Two train sets during the weekend layover in Oyster Bay Yard.
The crew has just changed ends at YA Siding. YA Block Signal is seen at right. Heading west for its next stop Brookhaven Rail Terminal for a delivery on track 3. They will also pickup empties for ... (more)
GP38-2's 271 & 261 pushing the display train up to the LIRR Main along Connecticut Avenue. This display was for the grand opening of Metro Fuel Oil at Calverton Enterprise Park. The display train ... (more)
Last snow storm of the year. Metro North had this train setup with CDOT FL9 2011 two coaches and CDOT FL9 2024 on the north end. Snowplow train to keep the upper Harlem Line open.
Deadhead run to Grand Central Terminal for the evening rush. 2011 is backed by Metro North FL9 2017 as heads towards the Croton River bridge.
Lake Shore Limited seen from the Bridge from Route 9 to Hudson River. This bridge is used for inbound travel at the Breakneck Ridge Station. Station is primarily for hikers. No Commuters.
Turning the Ethan Allen Express on the wye. The train is preparing to back into the station thru the Vermont Railway Yard. Another travel hockey tournament and snowboard trip for the kids.