The New York City subway has 469 stations serving 24 subway lines - more than any other system in the world. Routes are identified by letters, such as A line icon B line icon C line icon or numbers, such as 1line icon 2 line icon 3 line icon etc. These routes serve Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens.
This historic train has been in continuous operation between Durango and Silverton since 1882, carrying passengers behind vintage steam locomotives and rolling stock indigenous to the line. It is a family-friendly ride sure to create memories that will last a lifetime while offering a view of Colorado's mountain splendor inaccessible by highway. Relive the sights and sounds of yesteryear for a spectacular journey on board the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
The true meaning of a "Birds Eye View" as this seagull watches the tourists at the pier enjoying the sights of the Embarcadero, which is located In San Fransisco and in November of 2002 was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
I took this photo in natural lighting during a dress rehearsal of A Christmas Carol at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. My younger son appears in this performance as Peter Cratchit. This photograph makes a wonderful Christmas card.
Lower Manhattan as seen from the East River with Freedom Tower and Brooklyn Bridge highlighted. Freedom Tower was built to commemorate the horrific loss of the Twin Towers on 9/11. The Brooklyn Bridge looms majestically over New York City's East River, linking the two boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Since 1883, its granite towers and steel cables have offered a safe and scenic passage to millions of commuters and tourists, trains and bicycles, pushcarts and cars.