ABB cars cross paths at the intersection of Pratt and Howard Streets in downtown Baltimore.
Cars 5001-5035 are made by Aesa Brown Boveri while 5036-5053 were made by AAI International. This particular car, 5025 had an interesting history. It fell off the flatbed truck while in transpor... (more)
A Q train lays over at Stillwell Avenue. Service back to Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue was restored today.
The March of Dimes nostalgia train roars thru the express tracks
A Manhattan bound 4 train is forced to run on the express tracks due to construction work on the Manhattan bound local tracks.
Due to geographical constraints, the Rossyln station is built with the eastbound platform elevated above the westbound platform. This view is looking down at a Vienna bound Orange Line train.
Grandfather meets grandson on the Green Line as the oldest cars in the Metrorail fleet, built by Rohr Industries, meet the new CAF cars.
The parking lot structure looms large behind the platform at the eastern terminal of the Orange Line.
A Vienna bound Orange Line train in the evening rush hour.
A Shady Grove bound Red Line train waits for passengers on a slow Friday evening.
An R68 (back) and an R40 (front) lay over at Brighton Beach, the temporary terminal for Q trains until the reconstruction of Stillwell Avenue is completed in 2004
An 11 car consist of R36's, the way the Flushing Line was meant to be
An 11 car consist (1 married set of 5 cars, 6 single units) is the standard on the Flushing Line, also knows as the No. 7 line
A Rohr consist enters the station.
Shrubbery and cement surrounds the Greenbelt bound Green Line train.