Modern power mixes with steam in this 1955 view at Morris Park engine terminal.
Just how many fans will fit into the cab of a 4-6-0? LIRR #28 will attempt to answer that question as it prepares for an excursion. LIRR Class G5s.
#28 goes for a spin on the Morris Pk. turntable to the delight of fans, young and old, gathered for the occasion. Who knows, perhaps that youngster is a railpictures.net contributor in the 21st C... (more)
The era of steam on the Long Island was nearing an end and it was occasion to invite railfans including John and his railfan companion Bill Rosenberg onto the property. Engine #28 goes for a spin... (more)
As the Long Island neared the end of their steam era, fans were invited to the Morris Park enginehouse. LIRR Class G5s.
Classy paint scheme on FA power car glides by Nassau tower and substation at Mineola.
C420 in LIRR's colorful bicentenial inspired paint leads two car Oyster Bay train past Mineola. No doubting it's the late 70s - check out the white collared businessman and tank-top short-short m... (more)
High hood Alco leaves Oyster Bay branch for the mainline.
Outbound, just past Sunnyside, approaching Woodside Station.