10 Responses

  1. Jeff Morris says:

    Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous photos. How have you managed to be in all those places in just the last few weeks?

    • Emily says:

      Thanks, Jeff! The Port Jervis line shots were all from last year, but the rest (except for 3 – the NH genesis at Breakneck, Spuyten Duyvil and Dover Plains sunsets) aren’t super hard to get in a short amount of time on the Hudson and Harlem Lines. Hudson Line is a lot easier… Harlem Line you really have to plan.

  2. Fred Nangle says:

    This is just breathtaking work – what you do with the sky and the landscape is really, really wonderful.

  3. Steve Vasko says:

    They are all great but I really love the last shot!

  4. adkjoe says:

    Great story! The Hudson Line has always been my favorite, especially when I worked for MN.

  5. William Hays says:

    Great stuff! Of course I miss the Alco RS-3s and the FL-9s. I was lucky enough to be in Peekskill, a few years ago, and saw the retro-painted FL-9 in NYC ‘Lightning Stripes’. Handsome loco, that was.

  6. Dan Cluley says:

    Great shots. :) That paint scheme works better on the GEs than anything Amtrak has tried.

  7. Christopher Stephans says:

    Sad that Long Island Rail Road had to cave to politics and order those problematic dual powered locomotives of theirs, rather than just buy GEs.

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