The Streets of Garfield. Morristown & Erie Railway 20 (SW1500) is “glass out” as it leads a train of rails and ties from the New York and Greenwood Lake/Erie Dundee Spur down Monroe Street in Garf... (more)
It's a tight squeeze as New York & Greenwood Lake Railway's GP9 maneuvers onto Monroe Street after dropping off cars for NS on the Dundee Spur.
"Historic Street Running"
With quite the crowd in attendance to document this move, EL 3372 the last surviving U34CH left its home in Garfield after sitting there for over 10 y... (more)
"Walking down Monroe Street"
The long awaited movement of the last surviving EL U34CH from Garfield, NJ to Boonton, NJ occurred on Wednesday October 29 2014. This movement would... (more)
Last departure of the day, late but in spectacular fashion. The crews of the NKP 765 and NS have out done themselves putting on a show for everyone. Thank you to all who made this wonderful day po... (more)
First run departing Bellevue at 9:15am to Bucyrus. I am surprised by the lack of railfans near us, but by the end of the day this place was crawling with them. This was taken by my fiance' Christi... (more)
New York & Greenwood Lake Railroad 1267 heading down Monroe Street to the NS interchange to pick up gondolas loaded with scrap metal.
NS 5254 is leading an Oakwood based local west towards Belleville with 3 cars and a N&W caboose in tow.
NS 9622 is leading a westbound Triple Crown out of Oakwood Yard through Taylor on the former Wabash mainline out of Detroit.
CP Train 241 is westbound through Taylor as they towards Chicago on the former Wabash mainline.
New York and Greenwood Lake GP9 1267 bringing two boxcars down Monroe Street in Garfield, New Jersey to the Norfolk Southern interchange.
GP9 1267 of the New York and Greenwood Lake Railway running light down Monroe Street in Garfield to pick up two box cars at the NS interchange.
Amtrak 355 had just completed its station stop at Dearborn as it passes near Monroe Street.
You can see plenty of cars, trucks, and buses while driving down any New Jersey street, but where else in New Jersey can you drive behind a street running EMD locomotive?