The Greenport Scoot heads over a small bridge where water from the Hashamomuck Pond and the Peconic River meet. Although the Greenport line doesn't have a large amount of ridership, it is the orig... (more)
The Roustabout Extra 154 west readies two sets of M7s bound for Bombardier's Arch Street Shop for warranty work.
The Long Island Railroad once used a fleet of 23 MP15ACs for Pull-Pull Commuter service. Now retired, the remaining 19 that still belong the LIRR are used for work trains and protect service. Here... (more)
A ballast train sits in Sayville, part of a concrete tie installation project before the summer vacation season kicks in. With nowhere in the area to conveniently run around, the train ran with f... (more)
Two MTA PD officers gaze at the 171, the chase engine for 2015's circus train.
Engines 171 and 150 had the duty of the work train. They brought loaded gondolas to drop rail for the ongoing layup track project.
The westward position lights in Queens Interlocking all display stop on Bridge 3 as a Huntington eastbound finishes weaving its way through the high-speed crossovers.
#568 loads up in Jamaica awaiting departure time for Oyster Bay.
Another M7 set coasts around the bend into the Long Beach Station while a Budd M3 set waits for permission to head railroad west toward Penn Station.
A Huntington bound train rounds the curve into the Kings park station.
The sun sets on a fine Friday to end the work week, as another LIRR train heads back toward Penn Station to bring more commuters home. The Pennsy signals above it provide us with the reminder that... (more)
Long Island Railroad 4-6-0 #39 This Pennsylvania Railroad G5s locomotive was one of 121 such locomotives built (7/1929) by the railroad’s Juniata Shops in Altoona for commuter operations. ... (more)