The venerable Harold protects leave Jamaica station to go stand guard at the east river tunnels should any help be needed.
Old, beaten and weary, this veteran rests in LIC with a nice sized ballast train in tow.
Westbound Metropolitans traverse the Atlantic Avenue Viaduct along the border of the Brownsville section of Brooklyn (across the street through the viaduct legs is Bedford-Stuyvesant). Built in 1... (more)
Seen here is the Leaf Crusher the Long Island Railroad runs during the fall season. Due to a failed Automatic Speed Control test, it will head back west to Babylon.
Agriculture and Long Island...not everyone's first association!
Orders are hooped up to the crew of train 8702 as it heads east on the Montauk Branch. The operator works out of the "Leaning tower of Patchogue" seen at left. If you look carefully you can see th... (more)
An MP15AC and FA1 Power Pack layover in the yard. LIRR 617 is former New Haven 0428, Penn Central 1333.
MP15ACs on commuter trains. Where else but Long Island?
An FA-1 "power pack" trails train 8706. This unit was built as SP&S 864, later BN 4116 before being rebuilt to provide HEP for LIRR commuter trains.
LIRR SW1001 107 awaits the call at Jamaica.