Up the hill in the snow.
A J train ascends the Williamsburg Bridge, as seen from the front window of another.
About 2 minutes before sunrise, an R46 F train arrives at Smith-9th Street.
An express J train bound for Broad Street takes the middle track through Flushing Avenue with a morning commuter service. The Broadway Elevated section features three tracks, one in each direction... (more)
A set of R160 cars pull into the Brighton Beach station, passing the largest cup of espresso in the world.
D-Type Triplex 6112C, B, and A lead BMT B-Type Standards 2392, 2391, and 2390 into the Brighton Beach station during the 40th anniversary celebration of the New York Transit Museum.
This is the highest point on the entire NYC MTA system, offering a classic view of the Manhattan Skyline as an F train approaches the station.
An M train approaches the station at Marcy Avenue at dusk.
A D Line train enters the West 8 Street station in the southern part of Brooklyn. Next stop is Coney Island at the end of the line.
First time in 35 years, the BMT Standard cars are back in operating condition as they are seen arriving at Brighton Beach during the BMT Centennial Celebration.
The two BMT Type-D triplex articulated cars roll north through Sheepshead Bay on the B/Q Lines during the BMT Centennial Celebration of the first Subway from Manhattan to Coney Island.
With fresh snow on tracks J train races toward Marcy Avenue station on its way to Manhattan.
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: After my first ride in the front seat of the Cyclone in 30 years, I catch this F train heading into Coney Island's West 8th Street station.
Outbound from Manhattan, a evening rush consist of St. Louis Car Company R-42 cars built in 1969-70, is seen leaving Brooklyn's Marcy St. Street station while negotiating the crossover to the outb... (more)