One of the vintage subway trains heads for the shops after the Parade of Trains event. An American Car Foundry Type A leads a train toward Coney Island shops thru Ocean Parkway.
The Q train arrives at Brighton Beach.
Two N trains pass on the elevated to and from Astoria. The City of New York could not survive without it's trains.
The workhorse of the "route of the dashing commuter" is the Bombardier M7, seen flying through Forest Hills.
The Cannonball which is the only named train on the LIRR whisks people away from the city for a weekend escape on eastern Long Island. This is a Fri & Sun summer only service.
Old Budd M3's hustle people toward New York Penn as they have for decades. These cars are due to be retired in the next year or so, as the first M9's have arrived for testing.
MTA train curves into 33rd street with a 7 train service.
At Queensboro Plaza, an N train weaves it's way into the upper level of the station.
A 7 train snakes into the upper level of Queensboro Plaza. This station has just turned 100 years old last year and as then as now, trains rumble above the streets.
NJ rush hour service with a dual mode motor leading double deck cars. Two other trains approach in the distance.
An Acela service hurries through as a NJ Transit service approaches.
Double headed sprinters lead a service through Elizabeth
Arrow III's whistle through. This station is due to be rebuilt in the years ahead. The Arrows are slated for retirement.
Action at Elizabeth! An Arrow III makes a stop as another service passes by southbound. The iconic Arrow III's that ran next to GG1's are slated for retirement.
The New Haven lives! The NH heritage livery appears on a number of locomotives on commuter lines in the northeast.