The M7 cab. Not too much to note except the cab signals are unlike those of other North American railroads. They display numbers instead of signal aspects.
As the morning rush of LIRR, NJT and Amtrak trains begins to subside below, a pair of 7 trains cross on the speedbump above Queens Boulevard.
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Drill engine 107 sits in Long Island City during the evening commuter rush on a cold December evening.
The B1 electric switchers were employed in the coach yards at Sunnyside and Philly. Only one remains today, 5690, at Strasburg. Top speed--15 mph.
There's time for a quick nap in between moves. The 1911 boxcab, a product of the Juniata shops, survives today at Strasburg stuffed and mounted. The GG1's on the left don't.
The stable of afternoon trains staging at Sunnyside.
The lineup at Sunnyside.
You've been warned.
Sunset over Manhattan as seen from Sunnyside Yard.
Late afternoon at Sunnyside Yard. It appears that C&O cars are in the consist of a PRR intercity train.
The # 7 subway line is closed on weekends for service. Transit's 45 Ton short cabs head the work trains.
Track crew is vigilant as the traffic continues just as heavy with one line shut down.
Amtrak engine facility photographed from the Honeywelll St overpass.