The class DM30AC unit led the LIRR's last named train, The Cannonball, to Montauk tonight with 9 standard coaches and 3 reserve coaches which offer beverages to the thirsty crowds on the 115 mile ... (more)
A peek into the bowels of one of the busiest commuter tunnels in the world, this one leading into New York's Pennsylvania Station. In the event of an emergency, the communication box to the right ... (more)
The abandoned tower at Dunton now sits idle as its functions are now controlled by Jamaica Control Center, rendering this tower, Jay and Hall useless other than a hangout for signalmen. Two iconic... (more)
The Dual Mode from Penn Station to Port Jefferson arrives at 6 P.M. on the station platform. This one seat ride from city for passengers ready for a three day holiday weekend.
The Cannonball is the Long Island Railroad's answer to a fast getaway. Taking you from Penn Station in New York City to the Hamptons, Amagansett, Montauk, and other towns on the Eastern end of Lon... (more)
An Oyster Bay bound bi-level train approaches the Roslyn station with a single dual-mode locomotive as power.
All engines are shut down for the weekend at Montauk Yard. This saturday morning view shows the 515 at the bumper block. Awaiting the call to action sunday for the vacationers return to NYC.
Westbound express from the Hamptons to Jamaica on a Sunday evening. Such service will be increasing greatly over the next month or so as the days of summer vacationing approach.
The only direct train from Penn Station to Oyster Bay, rounding the curve just outside Mineola Station heading north.
Long Island Rail Road Montauk-bound train #8706 with EMD DM30AC #513 and four C3 bilevel cars on the Main Line at Bellerose.
Long Island train 2798 infamously known as the Cannonball highballs it thru West Islip with it's first stop being West Hampton.