Long Island Rail Road's "Work 1" ducks under 80th Street on the Lower Montauk with a friendly wave from the number 2 engineer on the roster.
RS 301 Crew unloading Bombardier R142 subway cars at Fresh Pond.
A Louisville & Indiana pup hangs outside of NYAR's engine house awaiting some sort of repair. The 9321 and sister 9373 served the NYAR for a short period of time but ended up not getting much use ... (more)
Our first look at the interior of a cab of a Progress Rail Services PR20B. The engineer’s position of New York and Atlantic's #301 is similar to many older models. But notable are the number of di... (more)
Two SW1001s wait to go to work down the Bushwick Branch.
The RS30 shoves downstairs to Fresh Pond yard after picking up some loads from the CSX Fremont Interchange.
A freshly outshopped (by Helm Leasing) GP38-3 sits in Fresh Pond Yard awaiting shipment by NYAR to Brookhaven Rail Terminal, where it will be used along side sister #1010.
Train RF7 (Extra 225 East) heads past Fresh Pond on its way to Holban yard under the New York Connecting Railroad trestle. Every load of freight that enters Long Island has to pass over that trest... (more)
Extra 223 West brings a long cut of cars past Fresh Pond yard presumably to Yard A in Long Island City. Seeing a C420 lead short nose out was rare since the F-end would be the long hood. The engin... (more)
MP15 duo looks sharp in new livery.
With speed controls installed, freshly painted 151 embarks on its' first test run out to Long Island and back.
Having delivered ballast train late last night, P&W A-B-A set waits for a crew to return home.
Thanks to NYA's Jaime Cruz for assistance.
Newest batch of M7s waits for the LIRR to take delivery.
L&I SW1200 is not going to be back in service soon, or at all. New York & Atlantic may trade
it for one of sister road Pacific Harbor Line's switchers.
New York & Atlantic 151 looks great in new paint.