Metropolitan Region - Harlem Branch
Several FL9s and an RDC are seen parked in on engine tracks at Brewster on June 5, 1976.
Photo by William Brennan, from the collection of Gary Stuebben.
PC FL9 5027, wearing the blue and yellow MTA paint scheme, awaits a bath at the wash rack in Brewster.
Photo by Gene Fusco. (119 K)
North White Plains, NY
At North White Plains, NY, a former Cleveland Union Terminal P2 electric still in NYC
paint leads a southbound passenger train on an unknown day in 1969.
Photo by Bill Waller. (54 K)
A pair of FL9s, 5042 and 5055, still wearing New Haven paint but renumbered for PC,
pick up speed through North White Plains on their way to Grand Central Terminal.
Photo by Bill Waller. (56 K)
FL9 5015 brings a northbound passenger train through North White Plains, on the Harlem Branch on January, 17, 1970.
Photo by Joseph Testagrose. (102 K)