View from dome. A Roger Puta Photograph
14th Street/Union Square is the New York subway's fourth busiest station, because it is a transfer point for 7 lines (the 4, 5, 6, L, N, Q and R trains). In 2011, almost 35,000,000 riders used th... (more)
New York City's 14th Street/Union Square station is a busy place - a convergence of 7 lines (the 4, 5, 6, L, N, Q and R trains) makes it the fourth busiest on the whole system! Almost 35,000,000 ... (more)
What may be the most iconic clock in railroading stands in the center of Grand Central Terminal in New York City, New York. Opened in 1913, it is mind-boggling to think of all the people who have... (more)
New York City Transit work train at Union Square. Does anyone know what kind of engine this is?
The good ol' beat up R32As still operate on the C line. They are loud, ride like crap and feel like they are gonna fall off their trucks every time they depart a station... ITS AWESOME!
4 Line stopped at Union Square.
Shuttle service prepares to depart Grand Central for Times Square.
After receiving its 200,000 mile / 10 year rollout inspection of its trucks this recent winter, NYC 3 is seen on its first Amtrak run of the year... and yes, I was fortunate enough to have the opp... (more)
MoD Trip. The train of many colors
Three # 7 trains in one photo
Two AEM-7's at the end of a Silver Service train wait at the entrance to JO interlocking for its passengers to disembark.