A couple of Budd-ies line the shop tracks at Hillside Support Facility.
LI 9837 is part of what would be the second-to-last handled order by Budd, which in April 1987 left the railroad busines... (more)
Commuters are going over and under at Fresh Pond Junction as an outbound Long Island Rail Road train passes beneath an M-Line train for the New York City Transit Authority. The tower has markings ... (more)
DE30AC 422 has two bilevels and DE30AC 410 seen passing over the bridge over Hashamomuck Pond. The snow brings out two engines on the Greenport scoot allowing photo opportunities for their westbou... (more)
Idling under an autumn sky.
The first parlor car train has arrived at Montauk for the July 4 weekend. GP38-2 274 has turned on the wye and has coupled up to Power pack 619 for the move to the yard. After tying down the train... (more)
A peek into the bowels of one of the busiest commuter tunnels in the world, this one leading into New York's Pennsylvania Station. In the event of an emergency, the communication box to the right ... (more)
An M7 crosses the bridge entering Long Beach bringing home the tired commuters.
The abandoned tower at Dunton now sits idle as its functions are now controlled by Jamaica Control Center, rendering this tower, Jay and Hall useless other than a hangout for signalmen. Two iconic... (more)
Making it in New York has never been easy. Especially in the still dark days of 1993, you had to be tough for it was a fearful place to live. You developed a real attitude just in order to survive... (more)
GP38-2 250 running long hood forward past the ancient signals protecting PD block. Cab signal failure for MP15AC 168 which had the crew move the 38 up front.
A certain Southern gentleman who we all know and love has delighted us by showing his beloved L&N in wonderfully sylvan settings. Well, y'all, I wish to present a grittier 1993 vintage view of rai... (more)
The Dual Mode from Penn Station to Port Jefferson arrives at 6 P.M. on the station platform. This one seat ride from city for passengers ready for a three day holiday weekend.
The M7 cab. Not too much to note except the cab signals are unlike those of other North American railroads. They display numbers instead of signal aspects.