The New York & Greenwood Lake had purchased two Fort Smith Railroad GP9 locomotives. The first unit acquired was the 1791 (ex Great Northern 718), which became NY&GL 1267. On April 5, 2000 it is h... (more)
Long Island FA1 power packs rest at the Oyster Bay yard,
The 616 is former SP&S 860A while the 617 is former New Haven Railroad 0428.
A westbound train on the Oyster Bay Branch is lead by F9m power-pack 619. This locomotive was originally Milwaukee Road 85C.
The last NJ Transit locomotive to have positive train control installed at the M&E Morristown, N.J. shop was the 4120. This work was performed by Alstom and Parsons. Metro North F40PH-3C is still ... (more)
NYS&W WS1 has the SU99 road power in tow as it passes the former Federal Paper Board plant. Note the lack of a NYS&W logo on the nose of the 3810.
Double-headed NJ Transit train passes the site of the former Conrail Styles Street freight yard. The train is ALP46 4601 and PRR wrapped ALP46A 4636 for power.
CSX Q262 is passing the former Ridgefield Park Union Station.
This station once served passenger trains on both the New York Central and the parallel NYS&W.
M&E 20 is pushing NJ Transit F40PH-2CAT 4119 to the Baker interchange. Alstom/Parsons had just completed the installation of positive train control on board the 4119 and the unit will be interchan... (more)
M&E SW1500 20 has New York Container Terminal PL1500-4RS 2058 in tow. The NYCT locomotive is visiting the M&E's Morristown shop for prime mover repairs.
During the first winter storm of 2020, Maine Eastern FL9 and Southern Railway 2-8-0 385 meet at the Whippany Railway Museum
Raritan Central RC-2 switches the Raritan Center yard/
Raritan Central GP10 7545 and an empty lumber car are at the east end of the yard.
Raritan Central RC-2 pushes a covered hopper car across Raritan Center Parkway.
On a warm January afternoon Amtrak train 19 races through North Elizabeth, N.J.
On its first day of revenue service NJ Transit's Erie Lackawanna livery ALP45DP 4519 arrives in Madison. At 4:48 p.m. the sun is below the horizon, but the locomotive's Erie Lackawanna livery sti... (more)