Rahway River Drawbridge - Due to track repairs in Union Township as a result of a Dec. 2017 derailment, main line traffic was diverted onto this secondary line (Garden State Secondary). ... (more)
Rahway River Drawbridge - A pair of six-axle locomotives out of Port Reading Yard are moving north on the Garden State Secondary (former the Chemical Coast). The drawbridge they are movi... (more)
Foreign Power on the Chemical Coast - This pair of UP locomotives had uncoupled from their ethanol train (in distance) and prepare to shove it south of here to Motiva in Seweran.
A United Airlines Boeing 767 makes a landing at Newark International Airport with a pair of geeps idling in the foreground on the Conrail Chemical Coast (Garden State) Secondary.
Stack Train to NS Erail -A northbound stack is now moving in reverse destined for the NS Erail inter-modal facility.
A plane lands at Newark Liberty Int'l Airport right as an empty ethanol train, with KCS foreign power, is returning north after serving the Motiva refinery in Sewaren.
"Armpit of America" - A photogenic spot right smack dab in the middle of the "Armpit".
Woodbridge Ave. - After dropping cars at Port Reading Yard, the OI16 makes its way south on the Chemical Coast to interchange with North Jersey Coast Line and then the Amboy Secondary for... (more)
An empty ethanol train, with KCS 4125 in the consist, is returning north on the Garden State Secondary (formerly and much more appropriately called the Chemical Coast Secondary) after serving the ... (more)
The Friendly Skies - The skies above Newark International Airport bustle with air traffic, whereas rail traffic on Conrail's Chemical Coast is hit or miss. Here, a local job pauses for a... (more)
Conductors from two train crews chat for a moment while a passenger jet takes off from Newark Liberty International Airport.
A pair of locomotives run light on the Chemical Coast Secondary after dropping off an intermodal train at Port Newark Yard in Elizabeth.
Rahway River Draw - This bridge is kept open in summer to accommodate boat traffic and only closes when trains approach such as this one. This pair of locos is running light back to Oa... (more)
A pair of veteran GE motors pull an empty ethanol train past CP Ron and the Port Reading yard.