7 days a week Browns Yard in Sayreville/Old Bridge is supplied by a daily transfer train from Oak Island, Newark. During the week the train re-crews at night to return empties back. However, on ... (more)
Here was a very nice surprise on a beautiful spring morning. Direct trains out of Bay Head very consistently shove east to Hoboken, but on this morning the 6:02 am out of Bay Head was pulling eas... (more)
A morning westbound train pushes along the shoreline of the Raritan Bay past some impressive looking homes. This location is accessible from the recently upgraded Raritan Bay Waterfront Park in S... (more)
Concrete ties are being installed here in South Amboy. A parade of work equipment rests off to the side while an eastbound from Long Branch makes its approach to the interlocking at RARE.
A morning commuter train to Long Branch pushes south over the Raritan River Drawbridge with a group of Canada geese wandering in the foreground.
A Coastline shuttle kicks up brake dust as it prepares to stop at the station in Belmar.
A morning direct train out of Bay Head pushes across Port au Peck Ave. and past Monmouth Park Station. Trains stop here only on racing days during the thoroughbred racing season.
Branchport Creek Bridge -
The 6:49 am train out of Long Branch pushes across Branchport Creek on the NJCL.
An afternoon local pushing east on the NJCL. The next stop will be South Amboy.
This here is the Raritan River Drawbridge, built in 1908. It replaced the first bridge built here in 1875 by the NY&LB. The current bridge has been owned by several parties since the CNJ/PRR era... (more)
A Hoboken bound train reflects off the ice on a cold but tranquil winter morning.
It has been over a year since Hurricane Sandy struck this region and still there are only four direct trains from Bay Head to Hoboken. Will the 5th train ever resume? Here, NJT 4150 is shoving t... (more)
A Bay Head to Hoboken diesel train pushes East past homes overlooking the Raritan Bay.
The train on the right is eastbound for New York. The train on the left was a westbound that terminated in South Amboy, and will soon be pushing east.
Originally built as Penn Central 3182 in 1968 this geep still looks and runs good (minus some need for paint under the cab).