"M-3s in Penn"
Bruce knew night photography. You can almost read the gauges. A Bruce van Sant original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Note the #4900 is equipped with a set of Faiveley DSA150 class pantographs, which were developed for the European heavy rail market. This is the only American-operated locomotive to have been so ... (more)
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)
A nearly new #925 with the 'Yankee Clipper'. A J. C. Smith Jr. original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
A Jersey Central GP40P pokes its nose out from under the trainshed of Newark's Penn Station as it departs with an outbound train whose first car is a private commuter club. The coming of Conrail ... (more)
An Amtrak AEM-7 on the point of a Washington-bound corridor train peers out from the darkness of the trainshed at Newark's Penn Station, while a New Jersey Transit F40PH and its train load passeng... (more)
last april morning snowfall,last for LIRR Budd M3's ??
A three-car set of former Reading RDCs bound for Reading Terminal in Philadelphia loads passengers under the trainshed of Penn Station in Newark, NJ, as a Jersey Central train pulls in on the adj... (more)
A pair of Jersey Central GP7s and a string of heavyweight coaches make up an evening commuter train ready to board passengers under the trainshed of Newark's Penn Station. Conrail came in three mo... (more)
Idling in full diesel mode, a dual mode ALP45DP leads a Raritan Line train to Raritan on track 5 in Penn Station.
The industrial-aged clerestory roof of Penn Station Newark runs on the platform between tracks 3 and 4 and can be looked straight down when coming down the ramp from the PATH's second story inboun... (more)
The "Quaker City" bringing up the rear of the "Midday Congressional/Silver Star" as it heads for Penn Station in New York City.
After flying all night from Argentina,and only 30 minutes in NYC the feeling Could more to reason.