With most of their units out working the day's two trains, the Raritan River Railroad's shops area held a single SW900 on the morning of June 15, 1979. Built in 1954, the old switcher looked prett... (more)
The DOTX E8(A) showed up in South Amboy at one point to help with the horrible shortage of working E units on Conrail's Bay Head trains. Here it is seen with corkscrew-less Conrail #4256, as the t... (more)
A former Erie Lackawanna E8, now a part of the Conrail numbering scheme, sits in the engine house at South Amboy awaiting its next call for a run to Bay Head. This was a "bad luck" unit. It was on... (more)
Highballing with one of the PRR steam survivors out of South Amboy
A Bay Head bound train passes the fountain across the street from the new YMCA in South Amboy.
A clean PRR E7 sits next to the engine house in the late afternoon at S. Amboy. Notice the metal bands on the grille behind the cab door that carried part of the as-delivered five stripe color sch... (more)
E7 Heaven. Two rows of E7 units sit ready in the late afternoon at South Amboy. It was my first visit to the NY&LB in seven years and it appears that the oddball Alco PA units and Baldwin Sharks h... (more)
Just rolling in from NYP
E units take over for GG-1 at South Amboy
A trio of E units ease back onto their train on a misty Saturday morning.
2102 in it's freight scheme.
No engine change today!
For the RP.net rivet counters: The prototype GG1 from 1935 featured a riveted body, seen here in this Ansco-Color view as the train makes a stop at South Amboy. Lurking a few hundred feet behind ... (more)
a view from the inside of PRR 3807 waiting for service