NJT's class ALP46 is on the rear of one of a northbound multilevel set as they pass ESSAY tower.
Having just handled a morning eastbound from Long Branch, 4325 heads for the ready track at South Amboy to await her next assignment. In the lead is sister 4251. Both ex-PC units, 4325 started h... (more)
A westbound train to Long Branch rolls through South Amboy. Looks like I unintentionally snapped the photo at the exact time the strobe light on the cab was going off, creating a pretty cool effe... (more)
ALP-46 pushes east through South Amboy.
The only freight to use the NJCL south of the Raritan River Bridge, SA31, pulls through the South Amboy station which is undergoing a $20 million restoration including high-level platforms, heated... (more)
New York bound train pushes through the construction zone at South Amboy Station. The project will remove the outside low level platforms and replace them with a center high level platform.
New Jersey Transit 971, formerly Amtrak 971.
GP40FH-2 no. 4141 pushes a Hoboken bound train through the construction zone at South Amboy. This unique locomotive is one of only four still in active service on the NJ Transit roster.
With the reconstruction of the South Amboy Station well underway, an New York bound train stops at the reconfigured station. The reconstruction project will involve a new center high level platfo... (more)
Just prior to the start of the reconstruction of the South Amboy Station, an eastbound train to New York makes a station stop. In just a few short months, this scene will change dramatically. To ... (more)
A GP40PH-2A leads a short Bay Head bound train out of South Amboy station on the North Jersey Coast Line.
4879 rescues 4877 after she broke down on the GG-1's last day running on NJT.
Penn Central E8A #4253 pulls past the manual crossing gates that protected Augusta Street. Because 3300 trains changed from E-units to GG1s (or reverse) here, the watchman had to bring these gates... (more)
1957 Last year the K-4's ran.
Local to Long Branch makes a station stop at South Amboy.