"THRU THE SIGNALS" 4008 in the lead of an equipment move to Andersen Street Station to turn as Train 1650 to Hoboken.
"THRU THE SIGNALS" Last train. Buses replace trains due to grade crossing repairs and utility & maintenance work starting July 8 to August 23, 2019 weekdays 8:45-3:30.
Morning rush hour at Wood-Ridge Station located on Park Place East. Moonachie Avenue is above the train set. Next stop Secaucus Junction.
GP38-2 5611 & 5615 are, heading to the switch of NJ Transit's PVL Line, passing Julius Blum & Co. on the Seamans Lead. The crew just left two hoppers for Beta Plastics.
"CNJ Scoot at Westmont"
Train time at Wesmont
NJT train 1866 arrives at the (relatively) new Wesmont station. Remnants of the old Curtiss-Wright Wood-Ridge facility loom in the background. This station was ... (more)
The Hoboken protect in the form of GP40PH-2 4109 tows back some dead equipment from Woodbine Yard en-route to Hoboken. Interestingly enough, the 4109 is ... (more)
Originally built for the New York Central in 1965 as a GP40. 4202 is one of the oldest GP40PHs, on NJ Transit, turning 49 in just a few months.
One of Metro North's GP40FH-2s, pushing an eastbound for Hoboken, on NJ Transit's Pascack Valley Line.
NJ Transit 4100, an ex-CNJ unit, passes under a digital billboard for the traffic on Route 17.
It's a quiet sunday morning, and NJ Transit 4009 is in charge of the first train of the day, from Spring Valley, N.Y. to Hoboken.
After making its stop at the Wood-Ridge station, train 2103 begins to pick up speed, and continue its trip west.
An eastbound on the Pascack Valley Line with 4025 pushing.
GP40PH-2 4100 pushes an eastbound towards Hoboken.
NJ Transit 4124 pushes a Hoboken bound train after leaving the Wood-Ridge station.