Progressive Rail 303 hauls the two Minnesota Zephyr F-units down the Cannon Falls Line towards Northfield, where they'll be turned over to Union Pacific. Loaded in late 2014 but held up by Union P... (more)
Message received. CSXT 1130 switches the west end of Moncrief Yard. Photo taken from Old Kings Road, which is public road that dead ends at this location.
The LIRR Circus Train Chase Engine sits at the stop signal at Hunterspoint Ave awaiting the the completion of the Circus Train hand off between Amtrak & LIRR. A NJT train passes by on it's way to ... (more)
The LIRR Circus Chase Engine sits on the frozen over Garden Secondary waiting for the main Circus crew to run around the train for the shove move.
Island Container is usually switched by the nocturnal RS 80. The crew left the cars on Wyandanch DEF for the RS 60 to switch during daylight hours and i was able to see the conductor coming up to ... (more)
A yard job working a cut of cars in the intermodal ramp are seen passing by the MoPac Era Cantilever Signal, while MPRPB 06 with a Ex BN now NS SD60M on point picks up speed after making a quick c... (more)
Four SOO MP15s including three bandits look rather out of place among more usual power in the south yard in Joliet.
Long Island Railroad "Work 1" with MP15AC #161 brings a small empty welded rail train up the NYAR Secondary (former Lower Montauk Branch) towards Fresh Pond Yard for storage.
A heavy snow storm has blanketed the 36th Street Yard and the two MP15 units holding the tracks. This is a first for UPY 1452 (an ex-Southern Pacific MP15AC) - hard to believe that a photo of the... (more)
A trio of Milwaukee Road painted MP15AC's sit in the south yard, awaiting delivery to a new owner. Through years of hard work, the 1551 clearly shows its Milwaukee Road lettering and numbering on ... (more)
Four Soo Line switchers sit at CN Joliet yard waiting for transfer.
Three SOO Bandit MP15s sit in Joliet yard waiting to be transported to a new owner. The lead unit has Milwaukee Road clearly visible on the side!
After switching ends they await the LIRR train from Greenport to pass before heading west.
The RF1 takes a restored Hack west towards Fresh Pond where it will eventually be interchanged to the NYAR and New York City Transit system to be put on display in the Transit museum in Brooklyn.