CSX No. 948 leads an eastbound freight through Pennington, NJ, passing the historic Pennington station, built by the Reading Company way back in 1882.
In the early 1900s, roughly 50 trains st... (more)
A southbound Amtrak Regional Express roars through New Brunswick, NJ, along the 1903 built elevated viaduct, passing the historic 1903 station to the right.
A northbound Amtrak Regional Express arrives at the station in New Brunswick, NJ, bound for New York, in the midst of a Winter snow squall. The large church seen to the right is the Saint Peter ... (more)
Traveling along a viaduct built in 1903 by the Pennsylvania Railroad, Amtk No. 649 leads a Regional Express westbound over the Raritan River and into New Brunswick, NJ. The historic two-story sta... (more)
New Brunswick Station - track side view of the historic 1903 built station.
An Amtrak Acela Express flies through New Brunswick, NJ, in the midst of a mid-February snow squall. Heading west, bound for Washington D.C., the train, led by AMTK No. 2024, has just passed the ... (more)
New Brunswick Station
Train service to New Brunswick was begun by the New Jersey Railroad, northbound in 1838 and southbound in 1839. Its successor, the Pennsylvania Railroad built this s... (more)
An eastbound Amtrak Regional Express arrives in New Brunswick, NJ, in the midst of a short lived mid-February snow squall. In the background is the Robert W. Johnson Hospital.
The snow has turned to sleet on perhaps what will be the last storm of the season. NJT No. 4605 brings a 9 car set of Bombardier Multi-level coaches into New Brunswick, NJ, passing the historic 1... (more)
Over hill, over dale, we will hit the snowy trail....
Two NJT commuter trains meet at Princeton Junction - a northbound on track 1, and the southbound on track 3, lining up with the temporary platforms over track 4.
A westbound Amtrak Acela Express barrels through Princeton Junction passing a series of temporary platforms set up over track 4.
"Yeah, I'm working my way back to you, babe"
This image made me think about that song by "The Sprinters".Or was it The Spinners? Either way...
A westbound Acela Express roars through West Windsor, passing the 1900 built out of service Nassua Tower just shy of Princeton Junction.
A double headed Amtrak Regional Express sprints through Princeton Junction passing NJT's "dinky" which took the day off.