A Jamaica bound train with MP15AC's on either end make a station stop at Locust Valley on the Oyster Bay Branch.
Minutes before departure to Montauk onboard the Thursday Cannonball. Next stop, Westhampton. Photo taken with permission.
The derail tag isn't the only thing rusting to the rails in this photo. The boneyard is where trains go to die. A few examples of which are awaiting the torch after all usable parts have been scav... (more)
All is quiet in Jamaica station at close to 3:00am. At this hour, only about 6-8 trains can be found operating systemwide on a weekend such as this.
On the west side of Manhattan, construction is booming as the Hudson Yards Project proceeds. An elevated view shows the High Line Park ringing around the Long Island Railroad's West Side Yard with... (more)
Checking in with East Side Access, we see the state of progress at the north end of the west cavern. Long Island Railroad trains will run on the 8 tracks here, with each cavern containing 4 track... (more)
Workers from MTA Capital Construction transverse the tunnels being constructed under Grand Central Terminal for East Side Access - connecting the Long Island Railroad to the east side of Manhattan... (more)
West Side Yard
A view looking east from the LIRR's West Side Yard. The erected cranes are supporting ongoing work in developing new real estate near New York Penn Station. In t... (more)
On the first Saturday of 2016, LIRR M7 EMU's fill the Hudson yards at West 34th Street, waiting for Monday morning's commuter rush.
The platform attendant (perhaps not the correct title!) shields his eyes from the bright morning sun, as he waits for connecting passengers from the No.7 subway line to board the waiting LIRR trai... (more)
A LIRR train running from Penn Station to Ronkonkoma pulls into Woodside station in Queens, to come to a stop alongside the temporary boarding ramps from Platform A.
Westbound on the Oyster Bay Branch.
The buildings of Manhattan's Upper East Side rise in the background, as a LIRR train running from Penn Station to Port Washington approaches its station stop at Woodside in Queens.
"Waiting for the Circus" LIRR MP15AC 161 sits between Long Island City and Hunters Point Ave Station awaiting the flatcar portion of the Ringling Brother's Circus Train.
A Long Island train of MU cars heads past Sunnyside Yard in Long Island City, New York, NY, on January 28th, 2016.