Chicago - New York Penn "Lake Shore Limited" approaches Garrison.
Empire Service trains under Penn Central were rather modest affairs. Albany-New York train 80 consisted of an E8 and just two cars as it emerged from the short single track tunnel at Garrison, NY,... (more)
It's a beautiful fall day in the Hudson Valley, or maybe not, as a sudden snow squall envelopes a Metro North Croton-Harmon to Poughkeepsie shuttle at Garrison. The consist is typical of Metro Nor... (more)
A light rain begins to fall in the Hudson Valley, as an inbound Hudson Line train make's its fourth stop on their way towards Grand Central.
A southbound Empire Corridor train emerges from the tunnel at Garrison, N.Y. The adjacent northbound track passes through the same hill in a cut.
Under & Under
A Metro-North Commuter Train passes beneath the Bear Mountain Bridge and the low hanging clouds on a rainy, foggy morning.
A Manhattan-bound Empire Service exits the Garrison tunnel, surrounded by fall colors.
A southbound Empire Service train exits the tunnel at Metro-North's Garrison station.
Metro-North train 850 eases into it's station stop at Garrison, NY.
Amtrak train No. 280 blasts out of the tunnel at Garrison, New York, on April 11, 1991.
In the early hours of March 10th, a late night equipment move drifts around the tunnel at Garrison, NY.
A southbound Empire Service train blasts through the Garrison station.
CSX GEs 644 and 9045 lead a southbound manifest along the west bank of the Hudson River (New York), as seen from across the water at Metro-North's Garrison railway station.
Note that westbound right of way is in a cut, while eastbound uses a tunnel.