One of the most breath taking views atop Storm King Mountain viewing the Hudson Valley right off Route 218. While the visitors at this location were busy taking selfies, I was lucky enough to have... (more)
Amtrak train 165 accelerates out of New London approaching the grade crossing at Bank St.
Amtrak train 135 glides across Shaw's Cove for a station stop in New London, Conn. Most regionals now sport the new ACS-64 locomotive in lieu of the AEM-7's.
A glimpse back into yesteryear into what once was the old "PD" tower. PD tower served an important role on the Montauk branch, where the block operators regularly hooped up train orders ... (more)
Various Shoreline East diesel power idle at the CDOT shops in New Haven.
MBTA Train 1507 minutes away from departing Worcester bound for Boston South Station.
MBTA Train 1507 minutes away from departing Worcester bound for Boston South Station. Photo taken with permission.
An assortment of relic EMD power sit tied down at Grafton & Upton's small yard on the last days of summer.
Despite being dwarfed by neighboring buildings, such as the MetLife building (formally PanAM), Grand Central Terminal continues its legacy of a commanding presence in The Big Apple.
It is rather peaceful on one of the last summer evenings during Labor Day Weekend. Hoboken Terminal serves both NJT and Metro-North Railroad
Engine 205 poses with the newly rebuild GP35 105 in the Harmon Locomotive shop. Photo taken with permission.
Freshly rebuilt from Brookville, the 105 is seen here in the Harmon Locomotive shop on display. The remaining five GP35's are slated for rebuild. Photo taken with permission.
New Haven Union Station during a quiet morning rush hour. While the surrounding area commemorates past New Haven and Hartford Railroad roots, gone is the Solari departure board, which saw its reti... (more)
Train 9943 entering the Pawling Business District for a station stop on this calm summer evening. This train will turn as a thru train to GCT from Wassaic on the return trip.
1873 dashes through the snow during an early Nor'easter.