Line of stationary NJ Transit trains at Hoboken Terminal including 6055, 6045, 7049 as to the right of frame, Comet 5 Cab Car #6006 trails out of Hoboken Terminal with a service to Waldwick, Berge... (more)
At last, a Sprinter! While they're abundant today, they weren't all that common back when natural light was still shining here.
Natural light no longer shines here. AEM-7 950 brings a Northeast Regional out from the tubes into the light and then under Penn Station. This area is now permanently enclosed and the AEM... (more)
Union Pacific 1433 navigates a maze of switches as it shuffles a lone bilevel Metra car at the Ogilvie Transportation Center in Chicago. The signals shine brightly on this dismal day.
A New York bound NJT train navigates the complexity of A interlocking. Recently acquired air rights resulted in covering the last surviving parts of New York Pen... (more)
Dense traffic in Zürich HB. On the left the Eurocity to Munich with Re 421 is leaving. In the middle the TGV 2N2 # 4728 is entering the station from the sidings, for a run to Paris. On the right R... (more)
An eastbound Acela Express led by #2006, emerges from the Hudson River tunnel into the now covered open pit before returning underground for its Penn Station stop. The series of double slip switc... (more)
Double deck EMU regional train entering at Paris Gare de Lyon terminus station after a trip from Montereau (South/Est of Paris). Two units can be coupled with automatic Sharfenberg coupling, each ... (more)
The northbound and southbound tubes are clearly visible on the left, with a Northeast Regional about to emerge from the jaunt under the Hudson River. To the right, the tracks ascend up to the LIR... (more)
Action at A Interlocking is now covered over, however LED lighting still allows for brighter than usual scenes at night.
Arriving Newark among some cool infrastructure.
Two brand new ACS-64s flank a revenue train coming in off the corridor with an AEM-7 as though they're observing how it's done.
It's early evening at Glasgow Central station,as a variety of units head for the station.
Who needs a drone? While my kids were more interested in the glass bottom observation platform at Willis (Sears) Tower I found the passenger train activity more rewarding. Looking south at the lar... (more)