A dual mode locomotive crosses the Parkers Creek Bridge as it heads south from Little Silver to Long Branch.
NJ Transit Bay Head to Long Branch train 4756 crosses the Brielle bridge, spanning the Manasquan River.
Starting in 2014 and 2015, New Jersey Transit began introducing to the rail schedule select trains that ran directly to/from New York Penn Station for passengers below Long Branch. Here is a rush-... (more)
It's a peaceful morning on the waters of the Manasquan River as an eastbound train from Bay Head to Long Branch crosses NJ Transit's Brielle Drawbridge.
A southbound train to Long Branch crosses River Draw over the Raritan River.
A train from Bay Head passes through the eastern limits Brielle interlocking just after crossing the Brielle Drawbridge as seen in the background. I just a few minutes it will arrive it’s next sta... (more)
The Shark River Drawbridge is a bascule style moveable bridge built by the New York and Long Branch Railroad in 1937. It carries NJ Transit’s North Jersey Coast Line over the mouth of the Shark Ri... (more)
Built in 1911 the Brielle Drawbridge is a Scherzer style rolliing lift bascule bridge that spans Manasquan River between Brielle and Point Pleasant Beach, NJ on NJ Transit’s North Jersey Coast Lin... (more)
A westbound shuttle to Bay Head makes its way passed the low tide waters of the Glimmer Glass in Brielle, NJ on a beautiful late Spring afternoon on the North Jersey Coast Line.
The sounds of the train horn fill the air as a southbound train makes a number of grade crossings in her approach to Asbury Park Station. Here the train is crossing 4th Avenue as she parrallels M... (more)
Brielle Draw - This drawbridge was built in 1911 and rehabilitated in 1978 and 2001. It is a Scherzer style rolling-lift bascule bridge and is joined with an approach structure some 1,2... (more)
A Kayakers Paradise?
A passenger train shoves over River Draw as it crosses the Raritan River into South Amboy. I have never seen so much boating activity on these waters before, espec... (more)
Weekend local from Long Branch pulls in to Allenhurst Station.
Dual mode locomotive operating under electric power crosses Parkers Creek under vivid blue skies.
This is the site of an 1882 train crash where several cars of the NY&LB's Lightning Express der... (more)
Built in 1953 as the New York Central 4076, the 4323 is seen here in 1982 at South Amboy. A GG-1 has just uncoupled, and the 4323 and a sister will take the train to its final destination.