The catenary ends at Princeton station via a white post. An original Ektachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
The pair of owl-eyed MP54 MUs that comprised the Princeton shuttle lays over between trips at Penn Centrak's Princeton Junction station. This short New Jersey branch was one of the last regular as... (more)
A southbound Metroliner with a fresh red, white, and blue face passes Nassau Tower at Princeton Junction.
A Sprinter passes through the active work zone near Princeton Junction as a new catenary pole is installed to the right. The new catenary poles are being installed as part of the New Jersey High S... (more)
The Dinky departs from its new "temporary station," 900 feet south of the previous station (and yet even further away from its original end point at Nassau). This run to Princeton Junction is an i... (more)
A southbound Harrisburg-bound train, "led" by cab car #9635, zips past the Princeton Junction platform, leaving the Nassau tower behind.
Amtrak HHP-8 #662 thunders past Princeton Junction station with a set of Viewliner cars in tow as one of Amtrak's long-distance trains zips past the tower on a sunny Sunday afternoon.
Former Pennsylvania GG1 4931 leads a southbound SCL Florida train just a few months after the PC merger. The substantial Nassau tower was built in 1944.
Snow Day! In a rare move, classes were cancelled at Princeton University following the President's Day blizzard of 2003, but the Dinky continued to trudge dutifully back and forth between campus... (more)
The Dinky at the historic Princeton Station.
A married pair of Arrow III Multiple Units (1402 and 1403) shuttles passengers back to Princeton Junction on the "Dinky." This is a change from the usual single car that runs on this route betwee... (more)