Category: railway

The Blitz Across The Kingsland Marsh

The Blitz Across The Kingsland Marsh

“With a screaming Altoona-rebuilt geep in the lead, Train #57 to Port Jervis, NY bites into the curve just east of Kingsland Tunnel as it nears the end of its blitz across the Meadowlands”. Photo by Michael W Sullivan.

This picture was taken in Lyndhurst Township, United States (Google Maps).

Bangkok Skyline

Bangkok Skyline

Photo by Peter Kelly.

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Bangkok Skyline

Bangkok Skyline

Photo by Peter Kelly.

Bangkok Skyline

Bangkok Skyline

Photo by Peter Kelly.

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Bangkok Skyline

Bangkok Skyline

Photo by Peter Kelly.

Nagoya Skyline, Japan

Nagoya Skyline, Japan

Photo by Globetrekimages.

This picture was taken in, (Google Maps).

Skyline

Skyline

“Boston”. Photo by Alessandro Bonis.

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Melbourne Train Staation With Melbourne City B…

Melbourne Train Staation With Melbourne City Background

“Melbourne train staation with Melbourne city background in sunset, Australia, this immage can use for Melbourne travel and transportation”. Photo by Anek Suwannaphoom.

Melbourne Train Staation With Melbourne City B…

Melbourne Train Staation With Melbourne City Background

“Melbourne train staation with Melbourne city background in sunset, Australia, this immage can use for Melbourne travel and transportation”. Photo by Anek Suwannaphoom.

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The Waterfront Connection

The Waterfront Connection

“Pascack Valley Line deadhead X160 returns to Hoboken at East End Interlocking in Hoboken, NJ in preparation to turn west for train #1627 later in the afternoon. Powering X160 is one of the 20 GP40PH-2Bs NJ Transit owns that were rebuilt from former NYC/PC/CR GP40s in the mid 1990s to replace the U34CHs”. Photo by Russell Sullivan.