Amtrak 252 passes under the Broadway Bridge in the Marble Hill section of Manhattan, New York, on Sunday, July 1, 2018.
Amtrak 252 ducks under the Broadway Bridge in the Marble Hill section of Manhattan, New York, on Saturday, June 30, 2018.
This one was just right. It took a bit of work to figure out that the best sun angle to shoot an Amtrak train on the Park Avenue Viaduct in the afternoon would not be available during the week bec... (more)
Concourse express D at 145th's lower level.
Straphangers await their train on Christmas Day. Happy holidays all!
In a bit of rare milage, an M train prepares to depart one of the middle tracks at Chambers. These tracks have not seen regular service since the late night (J) train was extended south to Broad S... (more)
One of the first directly across the platform tranfers occurs on the F and Q lines at the 63rd street station.
Read the sign. Second Avenue!!
A moment 96 years in the making has finally arrived.
If you're in town, visit the new stations! They're basically pristine, and the MTA is handing out special ... (more)
It's here. The Second Avenue Subway is open for business.
New York City's newest lit landmark is the Park Avenue Viaduct. The lighting is a group effort between the Grand Central Partnership, NYC DOT, and Metro-North Railroad - the new colored LED lights... (more)
Seen here, Queens bound M-train arriving at Lexington Ave/53rd Street. M-trains operate between Metropolitan Ave and Forest Hills.
Grand Central Terminal's sky ceiling is complemented by an LED light show in the windows, celebrating the station's centennial year.
An Empire Service train rolls in from upstate NY as it emerges into daylight briefly before making its final stop at Penn Station.
Aerial of the Hudson Rail Yards filled with passenger cars on the West Side of Manhattan. The street on top is West 33rd street with traffic heading South on 11th Ave.