"Visiting the Old Stomping Ground"
"Racing into the Sunset"
An NJ Transit equipment move brings a diesel commuter set to the MMC in Kearny, possibly due to a mechanical failure. Former CNJ GP40PH-2 4106 brings the consist east across Newark Draw into Harri... (more)
The PRR ALP46 leads NJT 6226 crosses Newark Draw on the former DL&W passenger main (NJT Morris and Essex Line) and will soon re-enter former PRR rails for the rest of the trip to New York.
Morristown and Erie SW1500 #20 hauls four Railroad Construction ballast cars bound for the Dover and Rockaway River Railroad west on NJ Transit's Morris and Essex Line coming up to a stop at HARRI... (more)
Just minutes out of Penn Station on its way to Washington, a set of Amtrak Metroliners glides through the PATH station at Harrison, NJ, approaching the Newark stop.
A pair of Penn Central E44 electrics running light take a shortcut to Meadows Yard via the passenger line through Harrison, NJ. Road freights did not normally operate through here.
Bay Street shuttle train #535 makes its run westbound through Harrison Interlocking at the site of the former Harrison station with GP40PH-2B 4210 leading ... (more)
Amtrak's eastbound Pennsylvanian has just departed Newark Penn Station enroute to New York with two Charter Wire Co. private cars "Golden Moon" and "Golden Leaf" trailing in th... (more)
NJ Transit Raritan Valley Line train 5435 enters the Northeast Corridor while deadheading from Hudson Yard to Newark Penn Station for the trip west on the former CNJ to Highbridge.
Amtrak Keystone train 651 to Harrisburg meets Regional 184 to New York Penn Station at Harrison, NJ, both powered by ACS-64 "City Sprinters."
Amtrak Acela train #2165 passes the Harrison Path station as well as the New York Red Bulls "Red Bulls Arena" behind it.
Amtrak Northeast Regional train 129 is pulled by two Siemens ACS-64s today through Harrison, running in between the PATH tracks on the former PRR mainline from New York Penn Station.
An original medium format negative from my collection; the location and photographer were not specified.
A Richard Louderback original Kodachrome slide from my collection.