A New Haven Line train passes through the Harlem Line station of Botanical Garden in the Bronx.
When it runs, Norfolk Southern's H08 is usually the only daylight freight that you will see on the Port Jervis Line, and also the only train that runs engine south. So why not do it the right way ... (more)
Even heavy snow can't stop #213, the Kirner tribute engine, as it charges up the Hudson Line.
I happened to catch the move of Metro North's GP-35R 101 (ex-Reading 3641, built 8/1964) northbound on the Hudson Line from the other side of the Hudson River, so I grabbed the scanner. It was on... (more)
"Disabled Metro North Diesel Tow Job on the Peekskill Waterfront" Metro North HTS-5 crew tows a disabled "maxi-bomb" south down the Hudson Line from Poughkeepsie to Crot... (more)
"Beachball on the Hackensack"
A West-of-Hudson "beachball" painted GP40 leads a westbound express to Port Jervis over the Hackensack River via HX Drawbridge. The warm glow of the... (more)
"The O&W Bridge"
Zipping eastbound on the Southern Tier passing over the Right-of-Way of the New York, Ontario & Western. The bridge is known to railroaders simply as t... (more)
A view from inside the spacious cab of an F40 doing what it does best... Going fast!
Standing on the bridge at 254 Street was the perfect place to catch this "meet" of push pull trains on Metro North's Hudson Line that are actually both moving. This kind of scene is infr... (more)
"Union Oil Products"
An eastbound local to Hoboken passes below some of the only remains of what once was the Union Oil Products plant in East Rutherford.
A Hudson Line train pushes off after making a stop to pick up hikers at Breakneck Ridge.
"Double Header at WC Tower"
"Solid Blues at Oscawana"
A solid set of blue Shoreliners trails behind a matched P32 on a northbound train to Poughkeepsie.
A Metro-North Hudson Line train to Poughkeepsie continues past the yard at Croton-Harmon.
The distant Metro-North Beacon station can be spied from the pedestrian walkway of the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge over the Hudson River.