A southbound River Line train makes its way along the west bank of the Hudson River in this view from the top of the "Walkway Over The Hudson". This new park is perhaps better known by its former... (more)
If you spend any time along Metro-North's New Haven line, a goodly percentage of what you'll see is this. Happily, the first of 300 brand-new M8 cars should be on the ocean as I type this, bound ... (more)
After seeing the Metro-North/NJT New Haven Line Meadowlands game trains on several Sundays, I've found there's no apparent method as to whether the power is on the east or west end of these push-p... (more)
Seeing NJ Transit trainsets under classic New Haven catenary supports seems a bit odd, but these trains down to Sunday 1 p.m. Giants/Jets games at the Meadlowlands add some color to Metro-North's ... (more)
Eastbound Northeast Regional service flies through Milford, which is not an Amtrak stop.
A Secaucus Junction-bound NJT trainset slows for its station stop at Bridgeport, first stop west of New Haven for this special "game train". The final destination for these passengers was the Oak... (more)
This Richmond-bound Northeast Direct service is running about 45 minutes late, and sports two HHP-8 locomotives - pans up on both.
Metro-North's new direct service from New Haven to New Jersey's Meadowlands commenced on September 20; three trains each way will run for each Sunday 1 p.m. Giants and Jets game. NJ Transit equip... (more)
This unit is about as modern-looking as it's possible for an SD40-2 to get, even though it's serving its last days out on "The Hill" in helper service.
Just a few seconds off the Rockville Bridge, Pennsy E8s accelerate toward Altoona and Railfest 2009.
Loaded autoracks are coming down the hill toward Cumberland and points east.
Sand Patch helpers snooze away the weekend in downtown Cumberland.
This train is just north of Enola Yard in a picture taken from the aptly-named Overview Bridge.
The eastbound Capitol Limited slows for its station stop in Cumberland, running about a half-hour late this fine February morning.