After the storm, the Raritan was at low tide and had an undeniable brown tint giving the illusion of being Moses' Sea of Blood.
Approximately half an hour after sunset the sky is still glowing red as a NB crosses the Raritan Bay behind an ALP46.
NJT 4621 is pushing North Jersey Coast Line train 3252 from Long Branch to New York. The train is pausing in Elizabeth for passengers to embark.
Westbound to Gladstone from New York passing through the swamps.
An eastbound NJT "clocker replacement" train with 12 cars en route to New York.
NJ Transit 4608 rests against the bumper block in Gladstone.
Snow continues to fall since the early AM during one of the few snow storms we saw in NJ this year. The hourly NJT commuter train heads across the Raritan River bound for points north.
A northbound NJT commuter train stretches out across 1/3 of the Raritan River Draw on its way north to bring folks home from a day at work.
9-car westbound to Gladstone from New York arriving at Berkeley Heights.
The sun sets behind this NJT train enroute to Hoboken seen here crossing the Raritan Bay between South and Perth Amboy.
ALP46 leads a New York bound train into Chatham Station on the Morris and Essex Lines.
A perfectly timed southbound NJT train crosses the Raritan Bay on a chilly winter evening.
MidTOWN Direct train to Gladstone heading west.
A rare 4-car push-pull westbound with an ALP46 from Hoboken arriving during the evening rush at Stirling.