Metro North M7A EMUs at Ardsley-on-Hudson.
Amtrak 701 leading Empire Service train 284 at Ardsley-on-Hudson.
Amtrak 703 at Ardsley-on-Hudson with Empire Service train #238.
Amtrak P32AC-DM 705 leads a southbound through Ardsley-on-Hudson.
Due to trackwork at New York City's Penn Station. Six of Amtrak's weekday Empire Service trains are using Grand Central Terminal. P42DC 95 leads train 242 to Grand Central Terminal.
Amtrak train 284 southbound through Ardsley-on-Hudson.
One of the few ways to see an MTA Metro-North Railroad engine on the south end of a train is to catch the Holiday Train while it is visiting employee facilities. On December 15, 2016, we catch P32... (more)
Passing under the former NYC signal bridge
A New York bound Empire Service train speeds through Ardsley-on-Hudson.
An electric set enters Ardsley-on-Hudson on its way north to Croton-Harmon.
A Metro-North train led by a New Haven painted unit runs north along the shore of the Hudson River on its way to Poughkeepsie.
A worse for wear locomotive leads a southbound Empire Service along the Hudson River through Ardsley-on-Hudson.
Local Train #8734 from Croton-Harmon to Grand Central approaches the tiny station at Ardsley-On-Hudson at 3:18 PM on October 31, 2004. The Tappan Zee Bridge can be seen in the distance.