4 car set of Bombardier M7A cars destined for the Metro-North Railroad. The cars were built at Bombardier Transport Canada, La Pocatiere, Quebec.
A set of Metro North M7s comes to a stop at the Hastings-on-Hudson station.
Metro North M7A EMUs at Ardsley-on-Hudson.
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Metro North Budd M3A MUs at the Greystone Station.
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Metro North M8s at the Cos Cob station.
Metro North M8s passing a Burro crane at Cos Cob.
Metro North M8s heading eastbound across the Mianus River Bridge in Cos Cob.
The 3:00 shuttle departs Montclair Bay Street Station with a Metro North painted set.
Metro North M8s pause at Old Greenwich, to load passengers, before continuing on to New York City.
Metro North GP35R 104, running long hood forward, heads south through Ossining on track 1.
Shoreliner cab car “Ichabod Crane” 6121 brings Sunday afternoon mini-bomb 6937 into Ansonia station. GE P32AC-DM 211 is pushing on the rear.