After many miles under cloudy skies, this crew suddenly finds themselves staring into the blinding evening sun. This was an extra train for the US Open at Shinnecock Hills, for which the LIRR ope... (more)
A D&U tourist train trundles over the more-active-than-usual Batavia Creek, a tributary of the nearby Delaware River East Branch.
#5017 rounds the curve through Halcottsville on the return trip from Roxbury
#5017 heads back to Arkville with the D&U's "green train".
A dual mode train out of Penn Station makes a stop at Albertson, a relatively quiet station on the Oyster Bay Branch.
A morning intermodal ducks under the Cassandra Bridge
West of Montauk, the LIRR passes through Napeague, a narrow low-lying stretch of land that connects Montauk with the rest of Long Island. This train is heading back towards New York City after a ... (more)
The LIRR's mainline east of Ronkonkoma is one of the more forgotten services on the system. While the line once hosted more than a dozen small stations, only six remain in service, all of which h... (more)
Although diesel shuttles typically change ends on the middle track (Track 2) at Babylon, through trains often utilize the outer tracks. This train is a morning run from Jamaica to Speonk
The westbound "Scoot" slows for a stop at Yaphank, passing a pair of recently retired Budd M3 cars destined for a new life at a local fire training academy.
Greenport's turntable remains in place despite not having turned an engine in well over four decades. The turntable was powered by air supplied by the locomotives themselves, and was rendered obs... (more)
Looking slightly out of place in the parking lot of the Big E, Edaville #11 struts her stuff along temporary track at the 2018 Amherst Train Show.
#7470 performs a photo runby for the Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts "Steam in the Snow" charter. This is the last time to date that the locomotive has operated.
A work crew out of Hicksville drops off a section of panel track in Wyandanch for the LIRR's double track project between Farmingdale and Ronkonkoma
#765 heads south on the former Lackawanna mainline past a crowd of onlookers in Gouldsboro