Conrail ME18 shoving back onto the NEC en route to Metuchen while some local tresspassers wait to cross the tracks.
Eastbound makes a station stop at New Brunswick
With track 1 out of service for the weekend, passengers were required to board eastbounds to New York on Track 2 by means of temporary walking platforms. Here, the engineer and a crewman are seen... (more)
Westbound Amtrak MOW extra train heading west on Track 2 on the NEC. As you can see, it is the first train to use this track in several hours during the "Blizzard of 2006."
While a New Jersey Transit train wizzes past "County" on the NEC, Conrail ME18 is seen working on the Back Lead track.
Conrail ME18 heading west on the Millstone Branch.
The AEM-7 leans into the curve at New Brunswick Station, passing the passengers waiting for the next NJT train to Trenton
Even after the great factories of Bethlehem were shut down, their products still serve proudly thoughout the country, including this rail in New Brunswick, on the NEC
The ALP-44 (otherwise known as a "toaster") approaches New Brunswick to pick up passengers headed south.
Keystone train racing down the NEC westbound.
5283 leading Conrail ME2 west on the Millstone Branch.
With the start of the newly improved Keystone Service, Amtrak has started using electric push-pull sets now which provides a nice addition to trainwatching on the Northeast and Keystone Corridors.... (more)
ME18 working at Jersey Avenue after drilling Integrated Packaging.
ME2 on the Millstone Branch tied up from the previous day.
A westbound long distance train to Florida passes through County Interlocking on the NEC.