"ON THE CENTRAL" NYAR MP15AC 151 and EMD20B 300 pulling 15 empty C&D Hoppers for One World Recycling in Lindenhurst.
Hicksville-Babylon shuttle passing Men on the Move storage facility on the way to Babylon. DM30AC 517 followed by 8 bilevels and DM30AC 512. Ronkonkoma/Port Jefferson trains switched to diesel bil... (more)
"Nines at Republic"
Long Island Rail Road & Kawasaki Heavy Industry's M9 Test Train head west past the former Republic Station on LIRR Main Line. The six car train is making several runs t... (more)
A ‘crummy’ pic. To facilitate frequent shoving moves during the PTC test on Saturday, January 19, 2019 on the New York and Atlantic Railway/MTA LIRR Central Branch, caboose 52 mde a rare appearanc... (more)
The PTC Central Test. On Saturday, January 19, 2019, the New York and Atlantic Railway assembled a train of stone cars with 151 (MP15AC), 300 (PR20B) and caboose 52 holding the markers to facilita... (more)
A 41 car RS71 rounds the curve near Merritts Road with the 300, 301 and 270 which is dead in tow.
"Fall Sunset at FARM 1" Long Island Train 2059 heads under the "FARM 1" signal bridge on the Ronkonkoma Branch as the sun sets on a colorful fall evening.
RS31 waits for a westbound to pass by on the mainline before continuing towards Fresh Pond.
A peak-hour train to Penn Station starts out of the station stop at Farmingdale and splits through the city's busy downtown area on a cloudy Monday morning.
Newly acquired PR20B locomotives 300 & 301 bring out a cut of loaded stone and garbage cars for One World Recycling in North Lindenhurst.
The RS31 puts together a long drag before heading west from PW.
NYAR 268 is quite the photogenic locomotive. 268 had an appearance in the 2012 film, Man On a Ledge, where she hit a Jeep Grand Cherokee.
RS30 hammers the switches at Farm 1 heading out to Prima Asphalt.
The then Saturday-only unit train to Prima Asphalt grinds around the curve at Beth. The RS30 no longer runs and Prima no longer receives cars.
The RF1 takes a restored Hack west towards Fresh Pond where it will eventually be interchanged to the NYAR and New York City Transit system to be put on display in the Transit museum in Brooklyn.