The Bush Terminal was a switching railroad along the Brooklyn docks with street running, harbor slips, tugboats, etc. Line became part of the New York Cross Harbor RR. The ancient locomotives on... (more)
Something strange about seeing an F train without an orange route marker. Nikon D50 70-300mm. www.railroad-photography.com
A J train running towards Norwood Avenue Station.
A workhorse of the New York City Subway System, an overhauled R32 originally built in 1964 is in for maintenance at the Coney Island shops in Brooklyn, NY.
By golly I think this is the first picture of an operating BEDT engine in the data base. There are pictures of the 13 stuffed and mounted at Strasburg, and this engine stuffed and mounted at the ... (more)
An Atlantic Ave. elevated train nears the Nostrand Avenue stop in this 1959 view. This is a William Rosenberg photo from the John Dziobko collection. The late Mr. Rosenberg was one of John's ear... (more)
An Atlantic Ave. elevated train leaves the Nostrand Avenue stop. At the time of the photo, the Dodgers were a year removed from Brooklyn. For a different perspective of this location in 2006, ch... (more)
ALCO S1 comes off the carfloat from Jersey City's Greenville Yard. The New York Cross Harbor is no longer,
having been revived as the NYNJ.
Westbound Metropolitans traverse the Atlantic Avenue Viaduct along the border of the Brownsville section of Brooklyn (across the street through the viaduct legs is Bedford-Stuyvesant). Built in 1... (more)
Work extra heads for home off the West End Line, (D service of the New York City Subway) . Nikon D50 70-300mm. www.railroad-photography.com
Inside of a long triple articulated subway car that has been preserved at the Transit Museum in New York City. You can see right through to the other cars from this vantage point...