"Long Island Stone at Merillon Ave"
A Long Island Rail Road stone extra pauses on the west end of the Temporary Merillon Avenue Station after dropping stone on Main Line 1 just e... (more)
An LIRR rush hour train is eastbound on the main line and going away from the camera just east of Merillon Ave. Station, with LIRR 606 carrying the markers on the rear.
An Oyster Bay train on the main line is headed for Jamaica and is seen just east of the Merillon Ave. platforms.
"Reminders of the Past"
After 146 years of serving the United States as "The Greatest Show on Earth", the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus has clo... (more)
"Circus Train on the Garden Mitchell Secondary"
Four LIRR MP15ACs lead the last eastbound Ringling Brothers Circus Train down the Garden Mitchell Secondary in Garden City. From here, the t... (more)
The Final Show: LIRR had the honors of leading the last Ringling Brother's/Barnum and Bailey Circus Train to it's final show in Uniondale, New York. A legacy 145 years old ends here in the suburb... (more)
Spent part of New Year's Eve Day in 1979 shooting LIRR passenger trains. Here we see an FA2 (converted to a cab car) leading a Jamaica bound train. (I'm not 100% certain of the exact location of t... (more)
A trio of MP15ACs, considered class E15 locomotives as per LIRR timetable, shove the Ringling Brothers circus train east on the Garden-Mitchel Secondary towards Quentin Roosevelt Boulevard for unl... (more)
A rare move brings the RF1 past the old Clinton Road station, where they are pulling some tie cars out of storage for a track work project. This is a very rarely used section of track, once being ... (more)
Two MTA PD officers gaze at the 171, the chase engine for 2015's circus train.
The LIRR Circus Chase Engine sits on the frozen over Garden Secondary waiting for the main Circus crew to run around the train for the shove move.
The annual appearance of the circus to the Nassau Coliseum brings with it the circus train. Here four MP15ACs begin the process of breaking the train up in sections.
Family moment on the old platform at Clinton Road as the LIRR brings Ringling Brothers into town.
A late night, eastbound M7 crosses Franklin Avenue heading toward the end of the line in Hempstead NY. Taken with Canon Digital Rebel.