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)
An eastbound shuttle from Bay Head to Long Branch crosses NJ Transit's Shark River Drawbridge on a cold crystal clear December morning.
As the sun casts its first rays of light the second eastbound shuttle of the day crosses the Shark River Drawbridge in Belmar on NJ Transit’s North Jersey Coast Line with a former Penn Central GP4... (more)
A westbound train to Bay Head crosses the Shark River in Belmar on a beautiful early Autumn afternoon.
Where can it be Shark Week all the time? NJ Transit Train 4733 lead by 4512 (ALP45-DP) with eight multi-level cars is filling the part of a very oversized Long Branch to Bayhead shuttle as it pass... (more)
Bay Head bound shore train crossing 8th Ave in Belmar.
A pair of the EMD GP40 variants lead a FRA Inspection Train across the Shark River on their way to Bay Head with DOTX #216 in tow, where they would pause and then continue back North, inspecting t... (more)
"Early Morning Snapper"
A shuttle train to Long Branch notches out of Belmar en route to Long Branch.
An eastbound shuttle train to Long Branch consisting of an F40PH-2CAT and six Comet III coaches pushes across the Shark River at Belmar. The F40PH-2CAT fleet as well as the Comet III fleet have b... (more)
The NJ Transit shuttle brakes hard into Belmar with a six car set.
Southbound New Jersey Coast train pushes cars toward Belmar train station while slowly passes draw bridge over Shark River.
A Coastline shuttle kicks up brake dust as it prepares to stop at the station in Belmar.
On Memorial Day Weekend, NJ Transit GP40PH-2B 4200 works hard to pull beachgoers over the Shark River drawbridge.
NJT GP40PH-2B 4208 leads a work train across Shark River drawbridge into Belmar.
NJT 4217 shoves across 10th Avenue in Belmar, accelerating after making the station stop. The "Stop" in the foreground is for Railroad Avenue, which runs parallel to the railroad. The moon is also... (more)