NJ Transit's Pennsylvania Railroad wrapped ALP46 shoves NJRail 3720 into the PRR-built Newark Penn Station. The massive DOCK drawbridge can also be seen in the background.
NJ Transit's 40th Anniversary PRR wrapped ALP46 leads North Jersey Coast Line train 3232 under some PRR catenary infrastructure at Kearny, NJ. This is on the "High Line" portion of the N... (more)
A MidTOWN Direct train, with the 4614 pushing, is departing Dover, N.J.
NJ Transit's Pennsylvania Railroad wrapped ALP-46 #4636 leads NEC train 3841 west on the Northeast Corridor, former PRR passenger mainline. After departing Newark Penn Station, the train splits HU... (more)
The PRR ALP46 leads NJT 6226 crosses Newark Draw on the former DL&W passenger main (NJT Morris and Essex Line) and will soon re-enter former PRR rails for the rest of the trip to New York.
NJ Transit ALP46 #4636 pays homage to the Pennsylvania Railroad with its tuscan red and pinstriped wrap. Here it leads Montclair-Boonton Line train 6226 to New York Penn Station on the former Erie... (more)
Three trains meet in Elizabeth. A northbound NJ Transit train has an ALP46 pushing while an Amtrak northbound heads north of Track Two. At the same time a southbound NJ Transit train pauses at the... (more)
NJ Transit Dover to New York MidTOWN Direct train 6914 arrives at the Morristown station.
Eastbound MidTOWN Direct train 6650 passes through Denville interlocking, en route to the Denville station.
A New York City bound MidTOWN Direct train departs Madison. An ALP46 is pushing from the rear.
The ALP-46 is an electric locomotive built in Germany by Bombardier between 2001 and 2002 for use in the United States. It is derived from the German Class 101. New Jersey Transit (NJT) is the onl... (more)
An NJT Veterans Unit crosses the Navesink River Bridge. A portion of the recently built West Front St. bridge is on the left.
NJ Transit MidTown Direct train 6920 approaches the Mount Tabor station.
Eastbound MidTOWN Direct train 6918 arrives in Convent Station, N.J.
NJ Transit 6914 is departing the Mount Tabor station with a very faded ALP46 for power.