"Cos Cob Crossings"
An over/under of sorts plays out as a northbound Metro-North train to New Haven passes over a boater at the the Mianus River movable bridge. Note th... (more)
Two New Haven Line Kawasaki M8 EMUs meet alongside Melrose station in the Bronx at sunset. Although the New Haven Line and the Harlem Line have shared trackage here, Melrose is a Harlem Line stati... (more)
A work crane stands alongside the Harlem River Lift Bridge as a Kawasaki M8 crosses.
A New York-bound set of M8 cars approaches the Riverside station while a Stamford-bound set retreats in the distance.
Various pieces of work equipment surround the Harlem River Lift Bridge at night. This integral piece of infrastructure carries Metro-North's Harlem, Hudson, and New Haven Lines, and can allow boat... (more)
A New Haven Line train passes through the Harlem Line station of Botanical Garden in the Bronx.
"Throwing the Switch at New Canaan Yard"
The engineer of a deadhead train from New Canaan heading to Stamford throws the switch to align the track so that his train can exit the... (more)
At the height of the evening rush, Harlem-125th street station is quite busy. Not a minute goes by where there isn't a train on at least one track.
Heading to New Haven, a set of Metro North M8s, departs the Port Chester station.
During the extreme early morning hours of June 4th, the Track 2 & 4 side of Metro North Railroad's Park Avenue Railroad Bridge was raised and lowered several times to test new cables and electrica... (more)
With track 4 out of service, ConnDot train 6340 uses track 2 and the bridge plates to connect to the platform. The changeover from 3rd rail to catenary has just taken place. Watching the pantograp... (more)
Grand Central Terminal express train passing the Mamaroneck station.
An M8 comes from the yard.
The older M2s were still the majority, but the new kid on the block is the one doing the work in this photo. Photo taken on railroad property with permission.
Tacked onto the tail end of Q380 (and causing air problems after making a pick up) several brand new MTA commuter cars bring up the markers as Q380 finally leaves Willard.