Long Island train 2798 infamously known as the Cannonball highballs it thru West Islip with it's first stop being West Hampton.
The LIRR's "Heritage Units", 104 and 102 return to Jamaica from Greenport with a Long Island Sunrise Trail Chapter-NRHS excursion. These colors were first introduced on the LIRR back in the early... (more)
LIRR 266 and 259 were equipped with pin couplers, in order to be compatible with the C1 coaches.
LIRR 622 was formerly Baltimore & Ohio 4524.
Unit is former Spokane Portland and Seattle 860.
Unit is former Spokane Portland and Seattle 866.
Unit is former Western Maryland 303.
The venerable Harold protects leave Jamaica station to go stand guard at the east river tunnels should any help be needed.
Old, beaten and weary, this veteran rests in LIC with a nice sized ballast train in tow.
Westbound Metropolitans traverse the Atlantic Avenue Viaduct along the border of the Brownsville section of Brooklyn (across the street through the viaduct legs is Bedford-Stuyvesant). Built in 1... (more)