A set of Bombardier M7As departing the Greystone Station.
Metro North GP35R 105 brings a set of Bombardier M7s south through the Greystone Station.
Metro North 210 northbound at Scarborough.
At New Rochelle Station, LIRR MP15s #153 and #165 are seen dropping off some of MNRR's M7As that have recently been installed with PTC at Arch Street Facility out on Long Island.
Sunset on the career of FL9 No 2029, seen at Croton Harmon shops in 1999. I don`t know if this loco re-entered service after this.
"Metro North Visits Dover"
Cruise ship coming down the Hudson, as MetroNorth commuter dashes up.
Is it a Bird? Is it a Plane?: Helicopters fly above Harlem as New Haven Line Train 1522 makes a stop at Metro-North's Harlem-125th Street Station. Note the reflection of the "Harlem-125t... (more)
Grand Central Terminal on 42nd between Lexington Ave and Madison Ave - Opened on February 2, 1913, Manhattan's only surviving large station, hosts 67 tracks on two levels (41 on the first floor, 2... (more)
A visit by the Electric Railroaders Association to Metro-North's Croton-Harmon shops on April 22nd 2017 found Brookville BL20GH #112 and GE P32AC-DM #205 undergoing routine maintenance.
Shoreliners Along the Harlem River: P32AC-DM #215 leads a set of Shoreliner Coaches along the Harlem River in Marble Hill en route to Poughkeepsie on Thursday, August 24, 2017.
M7As in Tow: A pair of Metro-North GP35s hauls a set of M7A electric multiple unit cars on a non-revenue move along the Hudson Line in Marble Hill on Thursday, August 24, 2017.
M3As in Marble Hill: A set of M3As electric multiple unit cars approaches the Broadway Bridge and Metro-North's Marble Hill Station on Thursday, August 24, 2017.
Light Engine Move Through 125th Street: GP35R #105 brings up the rear of a light engine move with sister unit #103. Taken at Harlem-125th Street Station on Thursday, August 24, 2017.