Westound Princeton Junction Express.
A westbound Princeton Junction Express passes a stopped eastbound Keystone Train at County. The Keystone Train is waiting for another Amtrak train to pass it as Track 2 is out of service east of ... (more)
A newly refurbished Acela Express Trainset blasts through County Interlocking. Notice in the distance the "Stop" sign on Track 2, which is out of service for concrete tie replacement.
The catenary shadows this HHP-8 as it passes by en route to New York. 654 is the only HHP-8 that still bears the Acela logo.
A short equipment move consisting of an ALP-44M, two multilevels, and GP40-2 no. 4301 passes through the Jersey Avenue Station on the Northeast Corridor.
An exceptionally clean Acela Express with an Amtrak logo applied to the nose speeds south through Jersey Avenue Station in New Brunswick.
A Photo Finish!
A southbound Atlantic City Express train with a former Amtrak P40 in the lead narrowly beats out a Trenton Local as they race into New Brunswick on the Northeas... (more)
A former Amtrak P40 leads an Atlantic City Express train through Jersey Avenue Station in New Brunswick. This is NJ Transit's only low level stop on the Northeast Corridor.
A Keystone train pushing east to New York meets an NJ Transit express speeding west at Jersey Avenue in New Brunswick. Note the missing Amtrak logo on the nose of AEM-7 no. 917.
It's not a GG1, but I'll take it! NJ Transit P40DC no. 4802 roars south on the Northeast Corridor past milepost 33 in New Brunswick. These units are numbered in the same 4800 series that the Pen... (more)
A crewman flag protects Jersey Avenue as NS 5290 crosses it on the Back Lead at County.
After making a stop at Jersey Avenue station to unload, this train of Arrow III Multiple Units pulls east into County Yard.
Having just flipped the switch at NJ Transit's Jersey Avenue Station, the female conductor hitches a ride on the rear stairs. The locomotive is running around the train (seen in the back left cor... (more)
A ten car set of new Multi-Level coaches speeds west through New Brunswick.
A twelve car train of Arrow III Multiple Units heads east towards New York. The car on the end of the train, no. 1325, is a single unit.