An onlooker admiring the evening skies over Williamsburg as an M train approaches Hewes St.
After a wet end to April, a commuter who has just disembarked a local M train at Hewes Street takes a moment to capture the sun setting over the Williamsburg Bridge during the evening rush hour. A... (more)
Dusk in Queens... The temperature is below freezing and, being a Sunday, the snow from the previous days storm lies undisturbed along the centre express track. The Monday morning rush hour will s... (more)
At dusk on a very cold winters day, a Flushing-Main Street bound No.7 Local train is approaching Junction Boulevard in Queens. Being a Sunday, the snow from the previous days storm lies undisturbe... (more)
Sunset in New York City, with a Flushing-Main Street bound No. <7> Express service. Manhattan's skyline with the One World Trade Center can be seen in the background. This picture has been taken a... (more)
New York City, Evening Glory
As seen from 40th Street station above Queens Boulevard with a Flushing-Main Street bound No. <7> Express service.
A cyclist enjoys his Saturday morning ride along Broadway in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, probably oblivious to the fact that the train passing by above is one of the remaining sets of Bu... (more)
The sun has just dipped below the horizon as a Flushing-Main Street bound No.7 train approaches the 52nd Street station. Looking across the rooftops of Queens, the tall building to the right of th... (more)
About 2 minutes before sunrise, an R46 F train arrives at Smith-9th Street.
On Thanksgiving Sunday, a gap in the clouds allows the setting sun to light up a Flushing-Main Street bound No.7 train, as it approaches 40th Street station above Queens Boulevard. This must be on... (more)
There is a moment during sunrise when only the skyscrapers of Manhattan catch the light.
During this time, an F train descends the Culver Viaduct to Carroll Street.
And yes. Those colors a... (more)
"City of New York"
Nostalgia equipment at the New York Transit Museum.
"New York City Subway"
A worn MTA sticker reveals the older Two-Tone MTA logo on the side of a veteran R32A car at 168th Street Station.