Two men take a quick break from clearing the platform of snow as an Acela flies south on Track 3.
The "Dinky" has almost completed its 2.8-mile journey from the center of Princeton as it hits the curve at the end of the Princeton Junction parking lot.
NJT 4150 leans into the curve before the Cedar Ave. crossing a minute after departing Long Branch station on time at 11:30AM.
NS 1703, which finally escaped from Port Reading Yard, couples onto a cut of cars left by the Oak Island transfer just before sunset.
After chasing Steamtown's Ice Harvest Train to Tobyhanna, there were two choices for the rest of the day: chase the DL's Portland Turn (PT-98) or go find NS's Portland Turn (H76). I chose the latt... (more)
A young railfan watches the incredible light show between the catenary and pantographs as an Arrow set heads north towards New Brunswick.
MA-1 leaves the Lehigh Line to work Zieglers.
Western Invasion Part I UP 6601 and two CSX GEs shove an ethanol train back into USDG for unloading a few days after a storm dumped more than 2 feet of snow in the area.
After the Blizzard of 2010 dumped 25" of snow along the Jersey coast, a snow covered NJT 4645 leads a northbound through CP RARE as it prepares for its South Amboy station stop. With NJT running o... (more)
Merry Christmas! Conductor Santa waves to small crowds gathering by the tracks as he makes his way to meet with the children of Freehold and Jamesburg.
CSXT 8054 (ex-SCL) leads CSXT 8536, one of 14 SD50-3 rebuilds, east on Q300 a little over a year since it was released from the Huntington shops.
Two ex-CR units lead CP train 931 north on the ex-D&H. NS 8304 was recently taken off the active NS roster after suffering fire damage shortly after receiving NS paint.
Just because there aren't any snow pictures coming out of New Jersey, doesn't mean it's not cold! Evident in this shot as SA31 crosses a mostly frozen Lake Manalapan.
SA31 begins its journey down NJT trackage at RARE passing the new fountain outside the recently completed YMCA.
One of the coolest parts of the PICK is the "tunnel", which I believe is just a series of bridges, under downtown Anderson.