After passing under the Tappan Zee Bridge, this Poughkeepsie bound train emerges from thick fog as it arrives at the Tarrytown stop.
A New Haven painted P32 leads a string of passenger cars north during a vibrant winter sunset.
"West of Hudson F40s"
Three out Metro-North's eight F40s at the MMC for various work and routine inspections. The 4910 started its railroad life with Amtrak, while the 4911 and 491... (more)
These 3 FL9s were donated to the Adirondack Scenic RR. I'm not sure what became of them.
"Face of a Wide-Body"
The face of Metro-North's first numbered West-of-Hudson locomotive is lit up nicely by some nice storm light minutes after a passing thunderstorm ri... (more)
A late running commuter train crosses Moodna during a heavy snow fall.
The conductor of train #49 extends a thumbs up as the express to Middletown, NY passes by Radburn Station on the Bergen County Line.
"National Train Day"
Metro-North celebrated National Train Day by staging a vast collection of private cars and locomotives on display for the entire weekend at Grand Cen... (more)
"It's Just a Flesh Wound"
That will buff right out.
This cab car was a shop that was being towed out on a regular weekend equipment move. It split the switch on the way ou... (more)
The end result of a split switch.
This cab car was a shop that was being towed out on a regular weekend equipment move. It split the switch on the way out.
A Metro North commuter train is seen on the Park Ave Viaduct heading inbound to Grand Central Terminal on snowy February night.
A Metro-North P32AC-DM charges into Cold Spring station with a trainload of early-rush commuters.
A Port Jervis-bound train emerges from Otisville Tunnel for the final drop down into the valley where New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania all come together.
"East End Cabs"
Three Metro-North cab cars and a repainted Metro-North F40 on the east end of Port Jervis Yard in early morning light.
Metro-North F40PH-3C 4913 leads a Port Jervis, New York-bound commuter train under Route 17 at Suffern, New York on Friday afternoon, April 4.