After being held for a few passing locals at Duke interlocking, a classic 1500 duo make their way through Greenlawn with a fresh coat of paint. The 10 concrete tie cars being transported are from... (more)
LI 168/167 with three tie cars to be dropped off on their return trip West in the coming hours. These engines have been idling here since they arrived a day earlier, quite inconvenient for the ho... (more)
Train 606 from Jamaica to Port Jefferson leaving Mineola from Track 2. DM30AC 509 and four bilevels about to head through the former Main Street RR Crossing.
After retrieving last week's Gondolas from PD Team, the RF-1 crew is on the way back to Wellwood Double-Ended Freight. Here they are passing by the frequently used Sayville DEF which can be seen i... (more)
Train 506 from Jamaica to Oyster Bay heading through New Hyde Park on the express track 1. Oyster Bay Train 515 seen in distance passing the water tower on the way to Jamaica.
Dual Mode Train 615 from Port Jefferson to Penn Station heading through Merillon Avenue Station on Track 3. DM30AC 510, eight bilevels, and DM30AC 501.
RF 1 heading through New Hyde Park Station. Hicksville to Holban Yard to pickup more flats of materials for the third track project.
A set of Bombardier M7s heads east, about to pull past the station in Forest Hills, while in the distance a DE30AC shoves a Long Island City bound train away.
LIRR 8715 passes the site of the former Center Moriches station at MO siding. 522 takes the lead with its unique blue-on-blue logo.
One of Long Island Rail Road's aging dual-mode Super Steel locomotives heads into Jamaica station for an eastbound run.
LIRR 854 crosses the Wreck Lead Bridge over Wreck Lead Channel, just minutes away from its final stop at Long Beach.
A pair of M7s sets "drag-race" eastbound into the Jamaica station.
A long set of Kawasaki M9s nears the footbridge at 67th Avenue in Forest Hills.
A deadheading double-ender dual-mode train from Penn Station heads into the Jamaica Queens station, where it will reverse directions in order to yard itself.
A newish set of M9s heads east in Jamaica station, having just arrived from New York City.