The class unit is seen minutes from its final destination at Port Jefferson Station. It is passing the former west yard that was closed when the new yard was finished for the bilevel train sets.
The Training Train is done for the day, and after running back and forth between Port Jeff and Northport throughout the day, they tied down the train here for the night.
LIRR 266 and 259 were equipped with pin couplers, in order to be compatible with the C1 coaches.
Agriculture and Long Island...not everyone's first association!
Alco cab unit #617 leades the way west with a passenger train.
Westbound train pulls into Port Jefferson station lead by cab car 5020. On the right you can see the old yard. The current yard is just east around the bend in the distance.
Engines 154 & 170 on track 3 after dropping off about 18 empty concrete tie (CANX) cars in the yard
Long Island Railroad HEP/CC 619 (converted F7A) approaching the Port Jefferson Station.
A rare LIRR caboose shows up on the end of some LIRR ballast hoppers