South Amboy was once a bustling railroad town which included a busy station, large freight yard, engine terminal, shortline, and junction of two electrified main lines. Now all that remains is the... (more)
NJT 4217 leads a northbound shuttle over Deal Lake, the border between Asbury Park and Loch Arbour.
Fall seemed to be well on its way before a Nor'easter hit the area Halloween weekend. While the Jersey Shore didn't get much snow, the wind and sleet/snow that did fall knocked off most of the lea... (more)
SRC 475 runs around the train in preparation of the last run of the day.
Frost lingers on a small pumpkin patch as CN 911 leads a small freight east before the sun has risen over the horizon. A Lerro Productions charter.
A perfect thin layer of clouds made it possible to try a new angle in Jamesburg.
A roadrailer rolls east among the fall color on the West Slope.
SA31 cruises over fresh ballast on the Freehold Industrial Track which was dumped after Hurricane Irene caused Lake Manalapan to rise and weaken the causeway and bridge approach.
2 years, 7 months and 12 days after beginning direct New York to Atlantic service, ACES (Atlantic City Express Service) may be a thing of the past. Train 7174 is seen passing the aba... (more)
The "Pacific Express" rolls across the 1040 foot long Starrucca Viaduct which sails over the Starrucca Creek and the village of Lanesboro.
The evening before starting their 4-state journey, Bennett Levin's PRR E8s sit patiently in Hoboken Terminal. Visible in the background is part of New York City's skyline including the Freedom Tow... (more)
Far out, man. Bennet Levin's PRR E8s visit WNYP's Oil City Branch. Here, the "Pacific Express" rolls along French Creek through the village of Sugarcreek.
The 7-car "Pacific Express" is reflected in the waters of Andover Pond.
PRR 120, the Pennsylvania, brings up the rear of the "Pacific Express" as it crosses Shermans Creek in Duncannon, our final shot after 4 days of all out chasing.
The "Pacific Express" lead by PRR 5711 crosses Townhall Road on WNYP's Oil City Branch on a muggy morning along French Creek.