View from 2,000ft via NYONair of South Kearny/MMC yard.
The Green Line, which is the oldest subway line of the MBTA and heaviest used light rail system in the country handles a fraction of its normally busy ridership on New Years Day.
Despite being dwarfed by neighboring buildings, such as the MetLife building (formally PanAM), Grand Central Terminal continues its legacy of a commanding presence in The Big Apple.
It is rather peaceful on one of the last summer evenings during Labor Day Weekend. Hoboken Terminal serves both NJT and Metro-North Railroad
Engine 205 poses with the newly rebuild GP35 105 in the Harmon Locomotive shop. Photo taken with permission.
Freshly rebuilt from Brookville, the 105 is seen here in the Harmon Locomotive shop on display. The remaining five GP35's are slated for rebuild. Photo taken with permission.