An unusual visitor to these parts of the US, New York Central heavyweight passenger car "Portland" takes up the rear of 11 as it goes under the MP 377 signal bridge for the last time, as the signa... (more)
Restored, kind of. New York Central E8 #4097 hangs out on display in Duanesburg, New York. The locomotive is owned by Merli Manufacturing Co and is supposed to be turned into a café. For m... (more)
A bunch of us young rail buffs from Milwaukee and Chicago have arrived at Streator,IL. on a CB&Q steam trip. We've got a couple of hours at Streator so we walk to the NYC yard and bum a ride from ... (more)
An excursion on the Nashville & Eastern (ex-Tennessee Central) is stopped near Lebanon, TN. The concrete milepost is an L&N fixture. The L&N took over this segment of the TC in 1969.
The classic EMD "bulldog" nose of New York Central 4068 is viewed from an unusual angle.
The Babbling Brook makes 2013 look like 1963!
Built by the New York Central between 1929 and 1934 as way to move trains through Manhattan’s West Side above the streets of the city, the High Line would serve the city well and even earned the n... (more)
Modern power meets elegant varnish... During Grand Central Terminal's Parade of Trains anniversary celebration, Metro-North P32AC-DM 202 (built in 1995) found itself next to former New York... (more)
The New York Central railroad's "20th Century Limited" "Tonawanda Valley" is a 1928 Pullman built Observation Sleeper Lounge car. Here it is seen at the "Grand Centennial Parade of Trains" present... (more)
This car is the "Hickory Creek" and it was built by Pullman-Standard in 1948 for the New York Central Railroad Company as a sleeper-observation car. Its served on the 20th Century until that train... (more)
NYC 1210 and 1213 sit outside the Monongahela shops. In back of 1210 is survivor 1205.
The Chief Wawatam was unique. It was the only bow-loading railcar ferry on the Great Lakes. She was the last of the “hand bombers,” hand-fired steam vessel on the lakes. And she had a bow propell... (more)
New York Central's #999 - the Empire Express on display at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry.