A westbound ballast train clears up in the siding at Post.
An Electric Railroader's Association sponsored fan trip on the LIRR - owned Bay Ridge Branch finds itself stopped for a photo run-by in an obscure location. The train has just exited the New York ... (more)
The 418 heads up a set of leased MARC coaches which were subsequently used through the summer of 2017 to fill in due to equipment shortages. The MARC cars are shown here in Morris Park undergoing ... (more)
This isn't 1976! It's 2018 and the talented LIRR Morris Park shop force has repainted engine #105 into a brand new patriotic garb. Once the paint job and some mechanical work is completed, she wil... (more)
The Work Train 1 crew heads into the MoW yard in Holban with engines 158, 154 and 16 cars in tow. They'll pick up 14 more empties and head to Fresh Pond to interchange with NYAR and CSX. The name ... (more)
A trio of NYAR engines are tucked away in an LIRR coach yard, unable to proceed west due to a service disruption.
A trio of NYAR MP15ACs sit quiet in the east yard at Pond. In the distance, the Empire State Building stands tall.
An extra train was operated from Long Island City to Valley Stream, NY and return for crew familiarization and training purposes. This train ran using a DE30AC locomotive, 3 MARC coaches and a LIR... (more)
A maintenance crew plugs in the consist of #664 and puts it to bed on track 5 in Port Jeff yard. This train runs exclusively with 7 leased MARC coaches.
The 80 spots some boxes at Combined Container.
The 159 sits the weekend out showing off her fresh coat of paint.
MP15ACs 157, 165 and 154 are pictured on the west end of a cut of hoppers in the Wellwood DEF siding.
A 41 car RS71 rounds the curve near Merritts Road with the 300, 301 and 270 which is dead in tow.
The RS30 descends the grade down the Fremont lead and onto the east leg of the wye bound for Prima Asphalt in Holtsville, NY.