During every Fall, wash trains are run throughout the commuter rail system to keep the tracks clear of residue. A high pressure jet of water is sprayed onto the railhead to clear leaf residue away... (more)
Sporting the blue MassDOT "fishbone" paintjob, #1056 shoves Beverly local train No. 192 over Chelsea Creek towards Boston. Chelsea Creek was host to the first Naval engagement of the American Rev... (more)
A commuter train enters Wachusett Station after a brief trip west to the layover facility in Westminster.
F40PH-2C 1074 leads train 1005 at Titicut Street in Bridgewater.
A lone F40PH strolls back to the yard in Rochester after dropping off MBTX 1714 at the MBTA Yard in Middleboro. Usually this job, operated by Mass Coastal, uses a Mass Coastal locomotive, but toda... (more)
MBTA F40PH-2C 1029 leads an outbound commuter rail train north through Tower A interlocking with a full train of evening commuters.
MBTA F40PH-2C 1069 pushes commuter into Boston North Station. A wet platform of melted snow reflects the golden step light as 1069 brakes.
The 1065 in the lead of a single coach and 5 bilevels for the train to Worcester. The train is on westbound track one and MP25 preparing to stop at the Ashland T station.
The famed Glades Road shot on the famed Tri-Rail system has changed a little over the years, but remains one of the more popular angles.
In push mode MBTA 1072 shoves a commuter train inbound for Boston past people taking there dogs for a walk at Tuft's Field.
Outbound Mass Bay Commuter Rail train 081 departs South Station for the Greenbush line on a picture perfect fall day with the Boston sky line in the background.
Service is running on time after a Nor'Easter dumped 8 inch's of snow the day before
MBTA train 2809 emerges from the woods into a opening
MBTA engine 1075 sits on Track 6, the rest of its train is under the bus terminal
MBTA train 813 pulls into the Mansfield station