This is the tallest viaduct on the LIRR
After a bilzzard, push-pulls were used on the Port Washington Branch until the 3rd rail was cleared by the train on the left. That's the track foreman standing in the picture while his crew sweeps... (more)
Westbound passing by the Helena Rubenstein spur
A 12 car M-7 train led by 7242 races through Harold Interlocking during the morning rush hour.
One half of the "Harold Protect" set of SW-1001's stands ready to help out disabled MU trains at Harold Interlocking, while the other half, Engine 102 undergoes maintainance in the shops.
Long Island FA-2 604 and TP&W RS-11 400 sit on display at IRM.
GTEL's (gast turbine electrics) on the Oyster Bay branch approaching Roslyn Station. LIRR had 2 versions in the 1970's, built by GE and Garrett. Only 8 of the M1's were built/modified this way.