The classic PRR signal bridge is silhouetted against light snow lite by an oncoming eastbound train.
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A snow squall passes in frigid wind on a January night in the quiet town of Rockhill Furnace where the 1906 East Broad Top Railroad station stands at the ... (more)
The signals on the Middle Division at PT174 near Horningford, PA. Five trains passed in a span of 40 minutes. Here an eastbound approaches silhouetting the ... (more)
Lunch can take place at odd hours on the railroad. Another shot from my 2015 CRRPA submissions. Staged photo shot through a replicated brake gauge made of laser etched acrylic with laser cut needl... (more)
I was born not far from here and lived about 6 blocks away until I was 8. I loved riding the subways and this is where I would always start my adventures, this station.
The F train curves into Smith and 9th the highest point on the MTA. The skyline has changed since I used to live here but it's still fun for me to ride the subway.
The trains I rode when I was a young girl. A train rumbles into Coney Island as another rolls out (below it). That gentleman was telling us about a scene in the Warriors movie filmed here.
The splendor of Grand Central Terminal.
The Engineer tops off his bean juice before another long night. Staged photo shot through a replicated brake gauge made of laser etched acrylic with laser cut needles. See more at vidivides.com
The massive Grand Central Terminal. GCT is served by Metro North with routes north and east out of New York City.
A four car set of Budd cars heads south after crossing the Miami river. The Metrorail route from downtown south follows the original FEC route to Dadeland South.
To be a child again... LaGrange, KY provides a moment of excitement, wonderment, and joy for this child in his fathers arms. A family photo shoot in the nearby park cut short when the child excite... (more)
A Mark VI hustles past the golf club of the Wyn resort. The Vegas monorail currently runs east of the strip and serves many of big casino resorts along the eastern side of the strip.
The monorail was the answer to some of the transport needs in Las Vegas. The route is east of the strip (not on it) making it not as user friendly as other transit systems. Expansion is pending.
Falling snow makes red beams of light from the west wye switch at Yocum Connection.