With the evening peak in full swing, a pair of New York City Transit No.6 trains meet up in the heart of the Bronx, with a third train visible at the platform behind.
Bombardier built R62A cars are seeing heading further into the far-off land of The Bronx New York City. In the lingering cold, the sun leaks through a crack in the clouds.
In a winter of Nor'easters, hopefully this is the last one. A rake of Bombardier-built R62A cars heads uptown from 125th St on the No 1 train. Instead of 100' underground, we are 100' in the air a... (more)
It's been snowing most of the day, but these folks seen boarding a late afternoon Downtown No.1 train at Dyckman Street, clearly have places to be and things to do! The building on the right at th... (more)
"Neither snow nor rain, nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds"... these words that apply to the US Postal Service mail carr... (more)
On the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line, an Uptown No.1 train exits the Fort George tunnel at Dyckman Street into New York's first snowfall of 2017, welcomed by the warm glow of the platform light... (more)
New York City's first snowfall of 2017 envelops a pair of No.1 trains meeting at Dyckman Street in the Inwood section of Manhattan, on the IRT Broadway - Seventh Avenue line.
After running underground all the way from Brooklyn Bridge station in Manhattan, a Pelham Bay Park-bound No.6 Local train (labeled as an Express) emerges into daylight in the Bronx, just south of ... (more)
Due to the CBTC (Communications-Based Train Control) project currently underway on the No.7 Flushing line, the R62A's are fast disappearing as they are moved to the No.6 Lexington Avenue line. On ... (more)
A northbound/ uptown local 1 train passes the old tunnel-way where the Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line & the now 42nd Street Shuttle tracks connected. Normal "through" trains used to use th... (more)
A northbound/ uptown local 1 train passes over the only connection between the Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line & Track 4 of the 42nd Street Shuttle. Normal "through" trains used to use this... (more)
A '1' train waits at South Ferry prior to returning north. Note the gap fillers which extend to the doors when the train is in the station due to the severe curve. These were retracted before the ... (more)