A couple of seagulls take flight as a unique cowl-body GP40FH-2 rebuild pushes a Hoboken-bound train through the mechanism on the Manasquan River bridge.
A five car train destined from Hoboken stretches across the tidal flats of the Manasquan River while unique cowl-body 4137 pushes on the rear.
As NJT takes delivery of their new diesels, this locomotive will soon be gone.
This locomotive was built in 1970. It was rebuilt for passenger service and now serves the Jersey Shore.
This unique Passenger Train locomotive is gliding over a bridge built The New York and Long Branch Railroad Company.
This modified freight unit is shoving its train north.