The 30 shoves in some centerbeam flats for unloading at Nassau-Suffolk Lumber, which is no longer a NYAR customer at this time. The siding is now derelict and has been taken back by the elements.
The daylight 60 heads out to Riverhead to service Paraco Gas, rounding the curve past milepost 70 under the Long Island Expressway.
The then Saturday-only unit train to Prima Asphalt grinds around the curve at Beth. The RS30 no longer runs and Prima no longer receives cars.
The Roustabout Extra 154 west readies two sets of M7s bound for Bombardier's Arch Street Shop for warranty work.
The westward position lights in Queens Interlocking all display stop on Bridge 3 as a Huntington eastbound finishes weaving its way through the high-speed crossovers.
#568 loads up in Jamaica awaiting departure time for Oyster Bay.
RS30 finishes up at Medford Team in some sweet fall foliage.
The LIRR's Harsco Spreader dubbed "Darth Vader" makes its official mainline run in the snow, mainly for the media to show the tax payer that their $1.5 million investment isn't rusting t... (more)
Two SW1001s wait to go to work down the Bushwick Branch.
A long abandoned Amtrak Turboliner spends another lonely night under the stars in Schenectady, NY.
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.
The RS30 shoves downstairs to Fresh Pond yard after picking up some loads from the CSX Fremont Interchange.
While my home in the Northeast was enduring 10-20 degree freezing temperatures, I was enjoying sunny skies, warm temperatures and relaxing railroading - riding the Murder Mystery Dinner Train on t... (more)