Susquehanna's former B&O bay window caboose (NYSW 0121) shows off a relatively new coat of red paint with no lettering (yet) added. The original yellow paint had faded and rusted to the point whe... (more)
CSX Q409's locomotive returns to its train in Bogota after making a setoff at North Bergen. The locomotive is passing through the southbound signal at CP5. In the background is the NYS&W engine te... (more)
Road power for the SU99 moves from the engine terminal toward the MC Yard.
Power line up at the NYS&W's Ridgefield Park, N.J. engine terminal, as viewed from the sidewalk alongside U.S. Route 46.
The Chicago & Northwestern heritage unit leads an empty oil train on the CSX River Line as it returns north from Philadelphia after making its first visit to the region a few days prior.
On a bright Sunday morning CSX Q409 crosses the Overpeck Creek, en route to being recrewed at North Bergen.
There are no passengers waiting for the next outbound passenger train to Albany. What used to be 4 mainline tracks here is now only 2 and only see's freight.
Bedford Park to Port Newark intermodal train Q160 passes the former Ridgefield Park Union Station. A Yellow Nose II AC4400CW leads today's train.
CSX Q433 coming south at CP-5 past the NYS&Ws engine facility with two older CSX GEs and a pair of LTEX GP20s (former Georgia Central) bound for the Raritan Central.
Not long after NYSW 3040 was acquired, it is seen leading five other units on train 258. The track to the left of the main was the origin of today's MC Yard in Ridgefield Park, NJ. 3040 received... (more)
CSX's Selkirk to Oak Island train Q433 rolls down grade through Ridgefield Park. The tracks in the foreground are NYS&W's MC Yard.
CSX Q262 gets the signal at CP-5 to enter Bellmans Auto facility with A grey KCS SD70ACe leading BCOL and CSX Dash 9 variants south under Route 46 in Ridgefield Park, NJ.
A rare train to see on the CSX River Sub in New Jersey. This empty phosphate train is in route to Morrisville, PA to be loaded. Leading the train is a beautifully worn and torn BNSF H2 SD70MAC.
NYS&W WS-X heads across the Overpeck Creek bridge on the NYS&W. This is one of the first trains to cross it after its collapse over the summer, which makes it interesting being that it was a high ... (more)
A lone CSX gevo that was a DPU off of a troubled Q410 heads south towards CP-5 to cross over and head back north to the train.