Train RF7 (Extra 225 East) heads past Fresh Pond on its way to Holban yard under the New York Connecting Railroad trestle. Every load of freight that enters Long Island has to pass over that trest... (more)
Extra 223 West brings a long cut of cars past Fresh Pond yard presumably to Yard A in Long Island City. Seeing a C420 lead short nose out was rare since the F-end would be the long hood. The engin... (more)
A quiet weekend evening commences in Morris Park as the LIRR EMD fleet enjoys a well deserved rest.
The LIRR's fleet of M7s bask in afternoon sunlight while the numerous double slip switches get a workout moving trains in and out of West Side Yard. This yard will be covered up to 11th Street wit... (more)
A passing MU train adds a dash of light on this cold winter's evening, 4 nights before Christmas 2008. Valley Tower controls the Long Beach, Far Rockaway, West Hempstead, Atlantic (Between Hall an... (more)
The Cannonball is the Long Island Railroad's answer to a fast getaway. Taking you from Penn Station in New York City to the Hamptons, Amagansett, Montauk, and other towns on the Eastern end of Lon... (more)
DM30AC 500 the class unit for the LIRR dual-mode locomotives. Seen here in diesel territory.
Train 200, Greenport Scoot, has just passed the RR crossing at Waverly Avenue. This is the location of the former station that was closed when the new equipment arrived. 5-6 customers per day did ... (more)
The 510 is pushing to the platform as we see Dual Mode 500 pulling into the station. Dual modes can run as standard diesel power and are used all over the LIRR system.
The early morning run to Montauk. The train is passing the grown over rails that are used by the New York and Atlantic to switch Eastport Feeds.
Looking brand new, LIRR 506 stands at Port Jefferson in October 1999.