Jamaica, New York
January 26, 1973
One of the Long Island Rail Road's many Alco road-switchers is seen here preparing to couple onto an outgoing train. Much of the LIRR remains unelectrified and relies on diesel-hauled trains. The Pennsylvania heritage of the LIRR is evident in the position light signals used throughout the road.
This page posted 3/28/2018. Text and photo ©2018 Lamont Downs.