A late afternoon westbound from Montauk runs towards the setting sun against the beginning of the eastbound rush.
The 103 basks in the afternoon sun shut down after repaint. The 103 was the only SW1001 painted in the Railroad's blue yellow scheme. Nicely done by the Railroad's shop at Morris Park.
The class unit is seen minutes from its final destination at Port Jefferson Station. It is passing the former west yard that was closed when the new yard was finished for the bilevel train sets.
The crew has two engines on this run. More commonplace during the winter months with this line far away from any rescue engines. The Greenport Scoot is returning to Ronkonkoma from its journey out... (more)
After leaving Lee Koppleman Nature Preserve train 2704 is minutes from its final destination Montauk Station. They are approaching the Navy Road RR crossing passing the summer cottages on Fort Pon... (more)
DE30AC 412 is in the lead of the first eastbound daylight train to Montauk. The crew has the green light to head east out of Speonk Yard. Next stop Westhampton Beach.
DE30AC 406 is in the lead of the first eastbound daylight train to Montauk. The location is the former station at Southampton-LIU. The ridership at the Long Island University's campus was low cau... (more)
The effects of Hurricane Sandy. Three weeks ago, much of the LIRR's Long Beach Branch was flooded by the hurricane's massive storm surge, leaving the railroad's substations and other infrastructu... (more)
Family moment on the old platform at Clinton Road as the LIRR brings Ringling Brothers into town.
#108 is still under steam in this 1955 view, as railfans have free reign to wander about recording photos. LIRR Class H10 was built by Baldwin in 1915 and was one of 19 acquired from the PRR betwe... (more)
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.