An MBTA F40PH-3C shoves east out of Back Bay station during rush hour. It is also the blue hour, as seen through the opening in the station roof. The station includes signage (one example is see... (more)
Conrail 9530 idles in the small yard in Boston.
An Ashmont-Mattapan High-Speed Line trolley is seen scooting through Cedar Grove among peak fall foliage. The post-World War 2 Pullman-Standard trolleys have been in constant revenue in Boston sin... (more)
I believe the GP40TC was used for the yard move to bring the Lake Shore Limited over from the yard, instead of making a shove move with someone riding the MHC car. Photo date is approximate.
Amtrak 165 cruises through Readville with 642, the veterans unit leading in some nice light.
Midday at Readville
MBTA's Readville layover yard midday with freshly-rebuilt GP40MC #1137.
Westbound Acela 2169 meets eastbound 2154 at Readville.
D&H PA-1s 16, 17 and 18 at South Station, Boston Mass. on Oct. 8 1977. The PAs were leased by the power-short MBTA in 1977-78 for commuter train service.
D&H PA1 in MBTA service idles in the yard area of Bostons South station, together with some yard switcher.
Sun has nearly gone, only a little bit light shows the beauty of this engine and livery.
An Alewife-bound Red Line train arrives at Park St station in downtown Boston. The station features both island and side platforms, likely due to the large volumes of passeng... (more)
Rising to the Right-of-Way.
MBTA 3886 is leading a two-car Green Line (D) train bound for Riverside, rising from the trolley tunnel onto the surface at Fenway Station. Uniquely for the G... (more)
Fire and dust at Bostons South station ?
At the yard area of Bostons South station, you could see often some puddles of oil and water and other materials, which could burn. So in this picture an ... (more)
An Ashmont-bound Red Line train arrives at Park St Station in downtown Boston. Unusually, this train had its headlights on as it came into the station, which was also unusual... (more)
Red In, Red Out.
Two MBTA Red Line trains are seen arriving and departing Fields Corner station in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston. At left is a "no. 3 fleet" car manufactured by B... (more)