A mid afternoon Port Jervis bound train makes its way over Moodna Viaduct.
"Going Your Way"
An afternoon Metro-North eastbound departs Rutherford Station powered by one of four ex-NJ Transit F40s.
The 102 is one of two non-rebuilt GP35's currently on Metro-North's roster. In the coming months, the 102 will be sent out to Brookville Corp for a full rebuild. To see what the cab will eventuall... (more)
It's a beautiful summer Sunday as Metro North's 5:14pm departure from Grand Central Terminal to Poughkeepsie is seen running along the Harlem River, approaching Marble Hill in the Bronx. The big w... (more)
Atop New York City’s magnificent 42nd Street Grand Central Terminal, no less than a magnificent sculptural group will do. This is “Glory of Commerce” created by Jules-Felix Coutan and carved by th... (more)
Bound for Grand Central Terminal, a Hudson Line train utilizing a push-pull trainset, slows for the station stop at Tarrytown, a community along the famous Hudson River. After allowing time for pa... (more)
Metro North's Hudson division is regarded as one of the most scenic routes to travel by rail in the country, and it's sunsets like this that make it live up to its reputation.
A Metro North train heads north passing through Oscawana County Park.
"Sprinting Across the Meadowlands"
Train #53 to Port Jervis, NY rips across the Meadowlands on its way through Rutherford.
"Celebrating our Independence Day"
Independence Day in the New York area was a wet one this year but the rain and clouds didn't stop the massive Macy's fireworks displa... (more)
One of Metro-North's five GP40FH-2Ms (known to some as Warthogs) leads Train #63 over the Hackensack River at HX Drawbridge on a beautiful summer evening.
"West-of-Hudson Golden Hour"
A westbound express to Port Jervis crosses the Hackensack River at HX Drawbridge at the peak of the golden hour.
"Morniong on the Passaic"
Metro-North's lone GP40PH-2M shoves train #50 east towards Hoboken, NJ over the Passaic River at Lyndhurst Drawbridge.