The Training Train is done for the day, and after running back and forth between Port Jeff and Northport throughout the day, they tied down the train here for the night.
The engine crew of July 9th #315 excursion has a moment to relax while railfans shift to another location for another photo runby.
Following the "blizzard" that shut down the Long Island Railroad, Extra 172 sits at a stop signal with a classic Pennsy Position Light guarding the Mainline, awaiting clearance to pull east and ru... (more)
Former D&RGW K-36 #487 charges up the 4% grade up Cumbres Pass with a short 6 car train. K-36 #484 will take this train back to Chama later today.
D&RGW C-18 #315 charges up Cumbres with Sonni at the throttle with a final destination of back at Chama.
Former Canadian Pacific #2317 rolls into the Scranton yard, passing a Reading RS2.
Former LIRR #106 and #159, now working for New York & Atlantic, couple back up to their consist for the move eastward up the Lower Montauk to Fresh Pond.
Former D&RGW K-36 #487 rests in the Chama Enginehouse while work is being completed on #489.
At the end of their day, the crew of the RS302 couples their locomotives up to the remainder of the train and prepares to take off for Maspeth and eventually Fresh Pond for the night.
A C&TS shop member services former D&RGW K-36 #484 after a hard days work.
Depatched Union Pacific GP40M-2 #1482 rolls into UP's Denver Yard with a former D&RGW GP40-2.
HLCX GP38-3 #1000, leased to the San Luis and Rio Grande, prepares to couple back up to the remainder of its mixed train as the conductor picks up new orders.
Drill engine 107 sits in Long Island City during the evening commuter rush on a cold December evening.