Metro-North's "New Haven" P32AC-DM #230 eases to a stop at Manitou ,NY, with the 8:49am scheduled train number 8807. If you look closely across the Hudson River you can see a southbound CSX stack... (more)
The 201 has the conductor peering out because of a report of RR Crossing failure. Track workers were there to check it out. All trains thru this area had a slow order. The Bear Mountain Bridge is ... (more)
Metro North's assigned Croton Harmon Shop switcher makes it's way north up the Upper Hudson Line to Poughkeepsie to pick up a problematic "bomb" set. The geep later brought down seven shoreliners ... (more)
Three trains can be seen in this view of the Hudson River Valley from the Bear Mountain Bridge. In the foreground Metro-North train 852 works its way south on the Hudson Line toward Grand Central ... (more)
Almost! The possibility of catching a southbound freight on the west bank of the Hudson and a passenger train on the east bank is not an every day occurrance. But one day-
"Lake Shore Limited" from the Bear Mountain Bridge walkway
Mood reflects the prospects for U.S. passenger rail at the time
Bear Mountain Bridge (and mountain) above the train
Passing classic NYC signals on a crisp Christmas Eve morning
Amtrak train 284 with GE P32AC-DM 713 heading south at Manitou Station Road.
Metro-North train 8807 begins to slow down as it prepares for the station stop at Manitou with the Bear Mountain Bridge in the background.
Three modes of transportation can be seen here with a barge heading north, two small boats heading south, a Metro North local heading north, and Rt. 6 climbing the ridge above everything.
A southbound Empire Service train rolls south down the Hudson Line at Manitou, NY amongst peak fall color.
Train 256 "Palisades".