Prior to high-level platforms and other improvements
A pair of surviving FL9's push a Waterbury bound Metro North train over the river not far from the Waterbury station.
Laying over between runs.
Maine Eastern's gorgeous FL9's skirt Sheepscot Bay at sundown on a summer evening.
The northbound "Maple Leaf" is about to resume its journey beside the Hudson river behind EMD's unique five-axle locomotive.
Two Penn Central FL9s in MTA Blue and Yellow back onto the "Lake Shore Limited" in order to take it the final 33 miles into Grand Central Terminal. My recollection is that in 1977, Conrail owned ... (more)
The Patriot at one of five grade crossings in Greenwich. One of many locations on the Shoreline where the shorelline is evident. That green beetle is my girlfriend's new 1966 VW.
Maine Eastern 488 has returned to New Jersey. The M&E plans to assign the classic cab unit to the Whippany Railway Museum's Santa Claus trains during the next few weekends.
The New York Central lives. Metro-North honors its predecessor at the annual Harmon Shop Open House. Its amazing to see an F unit in 2007!
The New Haven and New York Central are still alive. Thank you Metro-North for a great Open House!
MTA from Brewster approaching station while northbound awaits departure
MTA from Brewster approaching station