Long Island Railroad

The Long Island Railroad 1925-1975 (Images of Rail)

The Long Island Railroad 1925-1975 (Images of Rail)ASIN: 0738536377 /
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  • ASIN: 0738536377
  • Daylight Sales Long Island Railroad Dashing Dan Embroidered Hat [hat85] Black

    Daylight Sales Long Island Railroad Dashing Dan Embroidered Hat [hat85] BlackASIN: B013UBDSA4 /
  • Color: Black
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    Lionel MTA Long Island Railroad M7 Electric O Gauge Model Train Set w/ Remote and Bluetooth Capability

    Lionel MTA Long Island Railroad M7 Electric O Gauge Model Train Set w/ Remote and Bluetooth CapabilityASIN: B07BF1PMV2 /
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  • ASIN: B07BF1PMV2
  • UPC: 023922821928
  • Part No: 682192

    The Gravy Train - An Inside Look at the Long Island Rail Road

    The Gravy Train - An Inside Look at the Long Island Rail RoadASIN: 155395484X /
  • ASIN: 155395484X
  • Long Island Railroad Massacre

    Long Island Railroad MassacreASIN: B01M2CGZTI /
  • ASIN: B01M2CGZTI
  • Long Island Rail Road: Main Line East (Images of Rail)

    Long Island Rail Road: Main Line East (Images of Rail)ASIN: 1467102539 /
  • ASIN: 1467102539
  • Munipals Staten Island Railway St. George - Tottenville Wooden Toy Train

    Munipals Staten Island Railway St. George - Tottenville Wooden Toy TrainASIN: B0073J8UDA /
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  • Part No: 11SI

    My Life on the L.I.R.R.: Memories of a Steam Locomotive Engineer

    My Life on the L.I.R.R.: Memories of a Steam Locomotive EngineerASIN: 1492869090 /
  • ASIN: 1492869090
  • Long Island Railroad Keystone Logo Embroidered Logo Tee Black Adult M [tee10]

    Long Island Railroad Keystone Logo Embroidered Logo Tee Black Adult M [tee10]ASIN: B011HG6TO6 /
  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Daylight Sales
  • ASIN: B011HG6TO6
  • UPC: 755899496693
  • Long Island Rail Road (MBI Railroad Color History)

    Long Island Rail Road (MBI Railroad Color History)ASIN: 0760326851 /
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  • ASIN: 0760326851
  • Long Island: Illustrated 1900 - As Published By  The Long Island Railroad

    Long Island: Illustrated 1900 - As Published By The Long Island RailroadASIN: 1732119120 /
  • ASIN: 1732119120
  • Steel Rails to the Sunrise: The Long Island Railroad

    Steel Rails to the Sunrise: The Long Island RailroadASIN: 084880368X /
  • Brand: Brand: Amereon Ltd
  • ASIN: 084880368X
  • Long Island Rail Road : Main Line East

    Long Island Rail Road : Main Line EastCategory: Long Island RailroadThe Long Island Rail Road (LIRR), the oldest railroad in the country still operating under its original name, was chartered in 1834 for the purpose of running trains from the Brooklyn waterfront to the eastern terminal at Greenport. The east end of the LIRR main line consists of a 70-mile stretch of track from Hicksville to Greenport. At one time, there were 29 passenger stations along this east end route, 14 of which are active today. A decommissioned signal tower and obsolete turntable are located on this route. Two stations, Riverhead and Greenport, are locations of the Railroad Museum of Long Island. The 23 miles of track between Hicksville and Ronkonkoma is electrified by third rail current, the electrification having been completed in 1987. Single-track territory since 1844, the line is currently being double-tracked as far east as Ronkonkoma.

    Long Island Railroad : 1925-1975

    Long Island Railroad : 1925-1975Category: Long Island RailroadChartered on April 24, 1834, as a route from Brooklyn to Boston, the Long Island Rail Road commenced in 1836 with service between Brooklyn and Jamaica, New York. The railroad has linked Long Island and New York City through several periods of increasing immigration and population beginning in the 1880s. Farmers and fishermen have depended on the railroad for their livelihood, and every summer thousands of tourists flock to Long Island beaches on the Long Island Rail Road. It is still the nation's largest commuter railroad, transporting an average of over two hundred fifty thousand commuters daily. The Long Island Rail Road: 1925-1975 offers a behind-the-scenes look at freight and passenger activities and the people who worked on the railroad. These one-of-a-kind photographs depict structures no longer in use, such as towers, water tanks, and crossing shanties, as well as electric motive power and other facets of a working railroad.

    The Long Island Railroad : 1925-1975

    The Long Island Railroad : 1925-1975Category: Long Island RailroadChartered on April 24, 1834, as a route from Brooklyn to Boston, the Long Island Rail Road commenced in 1836 with service between Brooklyn and Jamaica, New York. The railroad has linked Long Island and New York City through several periods of increasing immigration and population beginning in the 1880s. Farmers and fishermen have depended on the railroad for their livelihood, and every summer thousands of tourists flock to Long Island beaches on the Long Island Rail Road. It is still the nation s largest commuter railroad, transporting an average of over two hundred fifty thousand commuters daily. The Long Island Rail Road: 1925 1975 offers a behind-the-scenes look at freight and passenger activities and the people who worked on the railroad. These one-of-a-kind photographs depict structures no longer in use, such as towers, water tanks, and crossing shanties, as well as electric motive power and other facets of a working railroad."

    The Underground Railroad on Long Island : Friends in Freedom

    The Underground Railroad on Long Island : Friends in FreedomCategory: Long Island RailroadFrom the arrival of the Quakers in the seventeenth century to the enforcement of the Emancipation Proclamation, Long Island played an important role in the Underground Railroad's work to guide slaves to freedom. In Old Westbury, the Post family established a major stop on the freedom trail with the help of an escaped Virginia slave. In Jericho, families helped escaping slaves to freedom from the present-day Maine Maid Inn. Elias Hicks helped free 191 slaves himself and worked to create Underground Railroad safe houses in many northeastern cities. Some former slaves even established permanent communities across the island. Visit the safe houses--many of which are still standing today--and explore the journey of runaway slaves on Long Island.

    The Long Island Railroad: 1925-1975 - eBook

    The Long Island Railroad: 1925-1975 - eBookCategory: Long Island RailroadChartered on April 24, 1834, as a route from Brooklyn to Boston, the Long Island Rail Road commenced in 1836 with service between Brooklyn and Jamaica, New York. The railroad has linked Long Island and New York City through several periods of increasing immigration and population beginning in the 1880s. Farmers and fishermen have depended on the railroad for their livelihood, and every summer thousands of tourists flock to Long Island beaches on the Long Island Rail Road. It is still the nation's largest commuter railroad, transporting an average of over two hundred fifty thousand commuters daily. The Long Island Rail Road: 1925-1975 offers a behind-the-scenes look at freight and passenger activities and the people who worked on the railroad. These one-of-a-kind photographs depict structures no longer in use, such as towers, water tanks, and crossing shanties, as well as electric motive power and other facets of a working railroad.

    The Underground Railroad on Long Island: Friends in Freedom - eBook

    The Underground Railroad on Long Island: Friends in Freedom - eBookCategory: Long Island RailroadFrom the arrival of the Quakers in the seventeenth century to the enforcement of the Emancipation Proclamation, Long Island played an important role in the Underground Railroad's work to guide slaves to freedom. In Old Westbury, the Post family established a major stop on the freedom trail with the help of an escaped Virginia slave. In Jericho, families helped escaping slaves to freedom from the present-day Maine Maid Inn. Elias Hicks helped free 191 slaves himself and worked to create Underground Railroad safe houses in many northeastern cities. Some former slaves even established permanent communities across the island. Visit the safe houses--many of which are still standing today--and explore the journey of runaway slaves on Long Island.

    History of the Long Island Railroad Company, 1834-1898 (1898)

    History of the Long Island Railroad Company, 1834-1898 (1898)Category: Long Island RailroadThis scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.

    Long: Long - Short . Long - : Railway Scenes 2013-2014 - eBook

    Long: Long - Short . Long - : Railway Scenes 2013-2014 - eBookCategory: Long Island RailroadExplore the railroad right of way as it passes through scenes and landscapes from the Pacific Northwest, along with some excursions into neighboring states. Enjoy over sixty full-color photographs along the journey through all types of weather.Major railroads represented in this work include the big Class I Burlington Northern - Santa Fe ( BNSF ) and the Union Pacific ( UP ) down to local flavor Columbia Basin Railway ( CBRW ) and others.Spend some extra time in Vancouver, Washington and Connell, Washington for more in-depth images appreciating the local flavor to a fuller degree.Sunrise to sunset, rain and shine, the freight continues to move through the photographed seasons.So grab a copy, settle down behind the dropping gates, and savor the "Long - Long - Short . Long -" sound of an approaching train.

    Nifty Fifty Finds, 50 Railroad and Railway Discoveries: Long - Long - Short . Long - - eBook

    Nifty Fifty Finds, 50 Railroad and Railway Discoveries: Long - Long - Short . Long - - eBookCategory: Long Island RailroadThis colorful exploration of the best of the rest covers everything from Holstein's on wheels (Port of Tillamook Bay dairy cow livery) to the somewhat normal seen in a different light (Southern Pacific's 4449 Daylight Special stripped of the fancy panels and decoration) to little local units most will never get a chance to see (and I might never find again).These one hundred fifty photographs also cover a wide range of travel from Alaska to Texas, although most will obviously be from the Pacific Northwest with Vancouver, Washington being a little over-represented.So pick up the pace and ponder through my top fifty finds over the past twenty-odd years behind the lens. (And no jokes about "That's twenty years and the odd one is behind the lens.")Table of Contents:Cow Ho!Grain TrainPort of Morrow SurpriseTriple Treat- Back in Black- Mini-Munchkin- Classic SwitcherKansas City Southern LiverySeahawk ServiceSP 4449 Daylight SpecialLyle Train BridgeEveryone Has a Kink - SDPXHeritage Units- Penn Central- Chicago North WesternRent the CIT BluesGreat Northern Fantasy Find- F7A- Empire Builder Heavy WeightSide Cupola CabooseBagged and Stuffed SteamiesWorking Shortline Mt Hood Railway"C" Is For...Nickel Plate Shark-NoseRegistry Reassignment HijinksPNWR/WPPR Alphabet Swaps of GeneseeBalmer Hump YardDepartment of Defense FlatsIntermission - The One That Got AwayCoos Bay Rail LinkSugar Beet CentralCanadian National - Full Winter CowlingWebb Asset in Boise Valley- Stampede Livery- Mellow WAMX LiveriesMo-Pac EaglesMovie SteamHidden Way HideawayGreat Northern Classic Yard DieselsTunnel MagicOregon Pacific GMDGATX TrainersBloody Nose Southern Pacific LiveryMontana Rail LinkGolden WestUnited Grain ElevatorsSPSR A Long Way From HomeColumbia Basin Railway- Patriot- Perfect Pairing of C-Swoosh- Livery KaleidoscopeSP&S Pit-StopWar BonnetsAlaska Yard UnitRails and RainbowsRolling Stock - Someone Has To Pay the BillsOde to the Caboose

    Railroads of Cape Cod and the Islands

    Railroads of Cape Cod and the IslandsCategory: Long Island RailroadIn 1848, the railroad extended to Cape Cod to serve the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company. By 1887, fourteen of the fifteen towns on Cape Cod were connected by the railroad. For a short time, even the islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard had railroad lines. As the highways expanded in the years following World War II, the automobile became the primary mode of transportation. By 1959, year-round Cape Cod passenger service had been discontinued. Today, many miles of track have been removed to accommodate recreational bike paths.Using hundreds of historic images, Railroads of Cape Cod and the Islands illustrates the rich heritage of passenger and freight rail transportation on Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket. Mainland connections once involved transfer between ship and rail at wharves in Provincetown, Hyannis, and Woods Hole. Since 1935, trains have crossed the Cape Cod Canal on the world's second longest vertical-lift bridge.

    Rock Island Railroad in Arkansas

    Rock Island Railroad in ArkansasCategory: Long Island RailroadFor nearly 80 years, the Rock Island was a major railroad in Arkansas providing passenger and freight services. A decline in rail travel after World War II and an increase in trucks hauling freight over government-subsidized interstates were among factors that left the railroad struggling. Efforts to merge with other railroads were stalled for years by federal regulators. The Rock Island filed for bankruptcy in 1975 and attempted a reorganization, but creditors wanted the assets liquidated, with a judge shutting it down in 1980. Most of the tracks that traversed the state were taken up, but a few relics, like the Little Rock passenger station and the Arkansas River bridge, remain as monuments to this once great railroad.

    Railroads of Rhode Island : Shaping the Ocean State

    Railroads of Rhode Island : Shaping the Ocean State's RailwaysCategory: Long Island RailroadRAILROADS OF RHODE ISLAND

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    All aboard! In this video, we'll take a look at the Long Island Railroad. The focus will be on the lines that run on the north side of the island. We will see electrically powered multiple unit cars as well as the dual mode DE30AC locomotives pulling trains and even a brief view of a work train. CoasterFan2105 is home to train videos for everyone! Subscribe to the channel for the latest updates and check back every Friday at 9:00 AM Pacific Time for a new video! See you down the line! Websi...

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    Johny's MTA Subway Train Ride On Long Island Railroad From Atlantic Terminal To Jamaica Station

    Long Island Railroad

    Hi guys! In this video Johny takes an mta subway train ride on the Long Island railroad from Atlantic Terminal To Jamaica station. On this subway train ride we see other mta subway trains and long island railroad trains too. Thank You for watching! SUBSCRIBE and share! Remember you are AWESOME Check out our other videos: Old mta train ride https://youtu.be/nUG1l1cUK58 MTA train ride to Rockefeller center https://youtu.be/ebbc68yA94U mta train ride to grand central station and holiday tra...

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