Who called for a tow truck? When NJ Transit train 80 experienced mechanical problems with MTA Metro-North Rail Road 4906 (EMD GP40PH-2) on the evening of Wednesday, July 1, 2020, Job 60 was dispat... (more)
Erie Lackawanna Heritage ALP45DP 4519 is passing the former Erie Railroad WC Tower in Waldwick. The train will soon enter the Waldwick yard, where it will reverse directions and return to Hoboken ... (more)
Train 79 to Port Jervis rolls through Ho-Ho-Kus with 4109, the Jersey Central heritage unit, in the lead.
"CNJ Heritage at the Otisville Tunnel"
New Jersey Transit's Central Railroad of New Jersey Heritage GP40PH-2 #4109 leads Port Jervis Line train 79 out of the former Erie Railroad Otisville... (more)
Jersey Pride: NJ Transit GP40PH-2 #4109, painted in tribute to its original owner, the Central Railroad of New Jersey, passes departs Secaucus Junction Station with Port Jervis Line Train #... (more)
"Erie Lackawanna Heritage at Jersey City "
New Jersey Transit's Erie Lackawanna Railway Heritage ALP-45DP #4519 leads Pascack Valley Line train 9625 out of Jersey City in New Jersey.
The Erie Lackawanna heritage unit leads a local train to Waldwick up what was once the old Erie main line.
PL42-AC 4032, sporting an unusual striped plow, has just crossed over the Upper Hack Lift onto the Main Line for a local run to Suffern.
A Metro-North express to Port Jervis heads north on the NJT Main/Bergen line with a cowl bodied GP40FH-2 in the lead.
NJT 4101 leads a Metro-North express to Port Jervis past the signals at Ho-Ho-Kus.
PL42AC 4000 shoves its train across the Passaic River on its Main Line run to Hoboken.
A Hoboken bound train passes by a small pond while on its run through the New Jersey Meadowlands.
A westbound train crossing through the New Jersey Meadowlands reflects off the waters of Kingsland Creek.
NJRail 49 for Middletown, NJ clatters across the former DL&W Upper Hack lift bridge with the CNJ painted GP40PH-2 #4109 leading the way.
NJ Transit train 1206 crosses Upper Hack Lift bridge on the Mainline with CNJ painted GP40PH-2 #4109 shoving. Upper Hack was built by the Delaware Lackawanna and Western Railroad in 1958, yet stil... (more)