Westbound train to Port Jervis with a mixed set of MN and NJT Comet V Coaches. 4138 is one of the last GP40FH-2 locomotives on the NJT roster.
On the left, AMT 1326 is done for the day while ex-NJT 4143 is pushing it's train to the nearby "pit stop" before heading for Candiac, it's last station. It will then come back and head for Montre... (more)
AMT 176 (CP 76S) rolls off the South Jct Lead and onto the Westmount Subdivision for the remainder of the run to Montreal's Lucien L'Allier Station.
En route to Bay Head, this southbound commuter train pushes over the Shark River Bridge spanning Avon By The Sea and Belmar. The motive power on this train, GP40FH-2 no. 4141, is one of only four... (more)
Commuters walk up the ramp to the platforms at Hazlet as a Hoboken bound train enters the station. The locomotive, GP40FH-2 no. 4135, has since been retired by NJ Transit and leased to AMT in Cana... (more)
Train no. 2301 (now defunct) rolls into Bay Head Junction with GP40FH-2 no. 4144 (since retired) in the lead and a solid set of Comet V coaches in tow.
GP40FH-2 no. 4141 pushes a Hoboken bound train through the construction zone at South Amboy. This unique locomotive is one of only four still in active service on the NJ Transit roster.
I Couldn't Repeat This If I Tried!
Running a few minutes behind schedule, a westbound Bay Head shuttle being pushed by GP40FH-2 4142 passes an eastbound shuttle powered by GP40... (more)
Not many GP40FH-2s remain in regular service on NJT. 4141 looks good leading a midday Raritan Valley Line commuter train westbound. NJT 4141 was built as Rock Island GP40 4715.
In the final months of its career, NJT 4136 is seen here pulling a High Bridge bound train on the Raritan Valley Line.
Happy New Year! Despite the retirement of most of the GP40FH-2 fleet, NJT 4141 is still active based out of Bay Head.
GP40FH-2 4140 (since retired) splits the signals and leaves ATC territory as it approaches High Bridge, the final station on the Raritan Valley Line.
A young fisherman pauses to watch GP40FH-2 4141 as it leads a train south over the Manasquan Inlet.
The morning rush continues as another SB heads over Moodna Viaduct past some vibrant fall color bound for Harriman, Suffern, and ultimately Hoboken.
GP40FH-2 rolls over the Manasquan Inlet Trestle on the North Jersey Coast Line with vacationers looking for some 'shore refreshment', as the billboard on the left says.