An MP15AC leads a mid-day Oyster Bay Branch train across the Northern Blvd. overpass and down the hill between Greenvale and Roslyn.
This westbound is departing Roslyn for Jamaica. The LIRR 615 cab car is a former SP&S FA-1.
Westbound approaching the Roslyn station.
An Oyster Bay bound bi-level train approaches the Roslyn station with a single dual-mode locomotive as power.
An Oyster Bay bound bi-level train enters the station at Roslyn.
Westbound passing by the Helena Rubenstein spur
GTEL's (gast turbine electrics) on the Oyster Bay branch approaching Roslyn Station. LIRR had 2 versions in the 1970's, built by GE and Garrett. Only 8 of the M1's were built/modified this way.
The Oyster Bay Branch was the closest LIRR line to my home where I could see diesels. The L-2 class C420's 224-229 were the last of the Alco's on the LIRR, with the exception of the FA "powerpacks... (more)