Former Reading unit in a horrible butchered paint job.
Simpler than the classic scheme but not bad this was the last real D&H paint scheme.
Alcos up against it on Belden Hill. Lending the 6000 HP as a helper on an N&W run through train these units put on a great show.
It's nice when railroad employees, though not railfans, appreciate that their equipment is rare and of interest. This was the case in this little yard, soon to be abandoned for the old DL&W facil... (more)
It was nice to know and appreciate that this would probably be the last I saw of a large number of Alcos. I had several days in town, working nights and plenty of time to prowl around. The yard ... (more)
Atop New York City’s magnificent 42nd Street Grand Central Terminal, no less than a magnificent sculptural group will do. This is “Glory of Commerce” created by Jules-Felix Coutan and carved by th... (more)
The billboard seems to speak to this pair of Amtrak GE P32AC-DM locomotives on the point of train 69 'The Adirondack', making its way up Manhattan's West Side alongside the Henry Hudson Parkway on... (more)
Bound for Grand Central Terminal, a Hudson Line train utilizing a push-pull trainset, slows for the station stop at Tarrytown, a community along the famous Hudson River. After allowing time for pa... (more)
The Pennsy's merger with rival New York Central is only a few months old, so GG-1 4852 still wears its native paint as it awaits its next assignment.
The southbound Lake Shore Limited works its way along the shores of the Hudson River.
A southbound mixed freight exits the Fort Montgomery tunnel.
"Work Train Idles at Jamaica" A Long Island Rail Road Work Train with MP15AC 157 on the head end sits tied down on Track 9 at Jamaica Station during the early morning hours. The previous da... (more)