Your life might be a ceaseless conveyor belt of misery taking you to a much-too-late grave, but there’s at least one thing you should drag your sorry ass to just this one time to get a glimmer of joy just this once: Amtrak’s bubble top train, here on the Adirondack line.
Yes, that is a half-nude woman with wings and a gigantic baby head performing at the opening ceremony today for Switzerland’s $12 billion, 35-mile Gotthard rail tunnel, the longest in the world.
A train has left Wuhan, in Central China, en route to Lyon, France. It is a mere 7,000 miles and six whole time zones away.
This won’t exactly be startling news to New Yorkers, but it is, like, really hot right now. As in it’s 106 degrees Fahrenheit waiting for the subway.
I have a slight fondness for NYC's oldest subway cars, the rickety Budd R32s that trundle along the city's C line. They started operation in 1964 and are still in service.
Recent news from English Russia: a man appears to have attempted to steal a train. It did not end well.
Nobody does evil trains like the Russkies.
A woman in Alabama may have just proved herself to be the best sleeper in the world. She fell asleep on train tracks in Auburn and remained both asleep and unharmed even as a train drove over her.
My bitter, cold heart is worn down by all your lolcats and cutesy humor videos. All that gives me any kind of pleasure is watching this eleven-level Duplo train set crumbling to the ground.
Every so often, as I offer another sacrifice to the New York City Rat Diety to spare me on another subway ride, I realize that not everyone may enjoy public transit as much as I do.
Train service continues at Chicago's Blue Line with "minor delays" after a train totally, like, jumped off the tracks at O'Hare and careened into an escalator, injuring 32 people this morning.
Here's why you have to be an idiot to jump out of a moving train for no good reason, as (visually) explained by an idiot jumping out of a moving train for no good reason.
The first attempt to build a subway in New York City wasn't like the underground system we have today; it was going to be pneumatic.
Somewhere in Manhattan's trendy Chelsea is this office building, which just so happens to have a subway car in it.
Your stereotypical image of a bad driver is someone who's reckless and aggressive at the wheel. Overly timid drivers can be just as bad, as this Lada versus streetcar crash shows.
It was supposed to be a sweet jump, but it ended up a straight shot to this guy's bro-sticles.
This Russian train is running a little rich. And by 'running a little rich,' I mean it's spewing flames like it's going to hell.
This is why you don't ignore train crossing warnings.
A woman was killed and a man lost his legs after getting hit by a train while having sex on train tracks in Ukraine.