A bilevel consist with locomotives on both ends deadheads past the Woodside station en route to pick up passengers for the pm rush hour.
While the South Fork of Long Island provides lucrative service for the LIRR, the North Fork is something they would rather forget about. This is one of only two daily "scoots" that make ... (more)
Crossing the Reynold's Channel LIRR Bridge, is LI Train #815 as it begins its express journey to Pennsylvania Station. LEAD Tower is seen behind the third car.
A trio of MP15ACs, considered class E15 locomotives as per LIRR timetable, shove the Ringling Brothers circus train east on the Garden-Mitchel Secondary towards Quentin Roosevelt Boulevard for unl... (more)
As the saying goes, "Red sky at night, sailors' delight." After the severe storms passed the area the day before this photo, the sky was a bright red/orange, so that means June 24th would have a g... (more)
A rare move brings the RF1 past the old Clinton Road station, where they are pulling some tie cars out of storage for a track work project. This is a very rarely used section of track, once being ... (more)
The Greenport Scoot heads over a small bridge where water from the Hashamomuck Pond and the Peconic River meet. Although the Greenport line doesn't have a large amount of ridership, it is the orig... (more)
The Roustabout Extra 154 west readies two sets of M7s bound for Bombardier's Arch Street Shop for warranty work.
The Long Island Railroad once used a fleet of 23 MP15ACs for Pull-Pull Commuter service. Now retired, the remaining 19 that still belong the LIRR are used for work trains and protect service. Here... (more)