New York City Transit's type R42 subway cars are the second oldest on the fleet, having been built by the St.Louis Car Company in 1969-70. Fifty of them remain in service. Framed by the steel gird... (more)
An inbound J train meets an outbound M train in the 'tunnel' of steel girders that carry the tracks of the BMT Jamaica Line through the center of the Williamsburg Bridge, linking Manhattan and Bro... (more)
A pair of MTA J Trains rattle past each other at mid-span of the Williamsburg Bridge. The bridge serves as the connection between Williamsburg, Brooklyn and the Lower East Side of Manhattan for t... (more)
A set of R160's climbs the ramp towards the Williamsburg Bridge, as seen from the front of a set of R42's.
A J train crosses the East River on the Williamsburg Bridge. The suspension cables visible behind the train make for a unique scene given how uncommon rail traffic on suspension bridges is elsewhe... (more)
One of the rare instances of rail service on a suspension bridge in the US, a J train rolls through the Williamsburg Bridge's truss causeway, crossing the East River into Brooklyn.
An MTA "J" train slowly (due to the maintenance workers) crosses the East River on the Williamsburg Bridge on its way to Jamaica Center (Queens) on December 26, 2011.