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East River Crossings

“Manhatten – Brooklyn”. Photo by Richard Schoonewolff.

First Light On New York

“Photo by the incredible @beholdingeye”. Photo by Tanmay Sapkal.

Lower Manhattan Skyline From Brooklyn

Photo by Piotr J.

2020 Foggy Hudson Yards Tower From 42nd St NYC 7707

“2020 Foggy Hudson Yards Tower with Triangle Balcony Platform near 34th Street Midtown Manhattan New York City 03/30/2020 – NYC West Side Construction in the Center of cityscape architecture urban landscape scape view cityview shadow silhouette December close up skyline skyscraper railroad rail yard train AmTrak train tracks below grown buildings above”. Photo by Brecht Bug.

City At Dark

Photo by Isaac Griffin.

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Rail Pipeline

“K162 brings loaded crude oil westbound through the back side of Oak Island Yard at CP Valley in Newark, NJ with SD40-2 8854 leading. Due to these trains needing cab signals to access their terminating point in Eddystone, PA, a CSX leader must be placed on the head end to comply. Generally, these addons have been Hudson Line SD40-2s”. Photo by Russell Sullivan.

Rail Pipeline

“K162 brings loaded crude oil westbound through the back side of Oak Island Yard at CP Valley in Newark, NJ with SD40-2 8854 leading. Due to these trains needing cab signals to access their terminating point in Eddystone, PA, a CSX leader must be placed on the head end to comply. Generally, these addons have been Hudson Line SD40-2s”. Photo by Russell Sullivan.

Crimson City

“This photo is not color-manipulated. It’s through what I call a "found filter” – in this case, a red-tinted window at the Art Institute of Chicago, looking north in the direction of Michigan/Randolph". Photo by James Fremont.

Crimson City

“This photo is not color-manipulated. It’s through what I call a "found filter” – in this case, a red-tinted window at the Art Institute of Chicago, looking north in the direction of Michigan/Randolph". Photo by James Fremont.