LIRR No 155 arrives at Oyster Bay with the 0954 from Jamaica. Former F7A No 621 brings up the rear.
Two train sets during the weekend layover in Oyster Bay Yard.
A nice sampling of the Long Island Railroad diesel roster is seen on a weekend in Oyster Bay in 1979.
Weekend Layover after the Bomb Cyclone snow storm hit Long Island. On Track 1 of the LIRR Oyster Bay Yard we view DM30AC 511 with its train. This view is from the pedestrian entrance to Theodore R... (more)
MP15AC 166 about to pull out of station. Heading westbound with GP38-2 267 on the rear to push westbound.
One of 10 LIRR RS-3's rests between assignments at Oyster Bay. These units would not be around long enough to get the blue and white MTA paint. LIRR 1552 was sold to Naporano the following June an... (more)
LIRR 225 is departing Oyster Bay with a bar-generator car and three coaches.
LI 609 (ex WM 301) is awaiting it's next trip in the yard at Oyster Bay, NY
Another weekend at Oyster Bay finds LIRR222, the first unit of LIRR's L2 class, along with a couple of FA power packs. The L2 class (222-229) were delivered in 1968 with hi-adhesion (aka Hi-Aid) ... (more)
Three LIRR cab cars lay over during the weekend at Oyster Bay, awaiting a Monday rush hour. 610 and 602 are FA-2m's, ex WM302 and ex L&N309 respectively. 617 (the only LIRR FA without a grill arou... (more)
The lone dual mode set in Oyster Bay is relieved of its duties laid up on wayside power on the holiday weekend.
Dual Mode trainset during the weekend layover. This view is from Pedestrian walkway that enters Theodore Roosevelt Park.