NJT 7031 sits at Princeton Junction as passengers board the train.
During the beginning of rush hour, a New Jersey Transit local pauses at Princeton Junction for the workers out of New York with 4664 pulling a comet set
With mere inches to spare, an Amtrak Regional flies past a set of platform extenders at Princeton Junction, NJ traveling at well over 100 mph! The platform bridges were set up in 2014 to cover t... (more)
Customers of both Hamilton and Princeton Junction stations saw (and will see again) temporary platforms used for boarding and detraining over the outer tracks. Track one was out of service from M... (more)
Passing thru snowy Princeton on the way to sunny Florida
A track and tie renewal project has been in progress along the NEC for the last couple of years. Track 1 near Princeton Junction Station has been out of service since June with bridge plates ins... (more)
The "dinky," as it has been known for years, still operates today. The shuttle runs regularly back and forth from Princeton University to the Princeton Junction Station on the Amtrak Nor... (more)
The 3rd ACS-64 delivered to Amtrak leads train 159 past the tower at Princeton Jct on the Northeast Corridor.
First revenue run. After months of testing, Amtrak ACS-64 600, the class unit of 70 to be built by Siemens, entered revenue service on a beautiful Friday afternoon, leading train 171 from B... (more)
A southbound Northeast Regional races through Princeton Junction at 125 MPH on Track 3, while NJ Transit train 3937 rolls into the station on Track 4, led by Bombardier Multilevel cab 7020.
I always seem to have better luck with trains then weather these days. From the very start, I knew exactly how a recent visit to Princeton junction would Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: ASEA AEM-7Location: West Windsor, New Jersey, USALocomotive #: AMTK 947Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: April, 2013
Amtrak Acela Express #2013 ducks under a set of still active Pennsy position light signals along the Northeast Corridor.
Amtrak Acela Express #2034 charges past both the tower and station platforms at Princeton Junction en route to Philadelphia and points South.