A westbound NJT commuter train led by Bombardier Multilevel Cab Car No. 7000 arrives on track 3 at Princeton Junction in West Windsor, NJ. Bound for Trenton, the train will come to a stop once th... (more)
A double ended westbound NJT commuter train arrives at Princeton Junction, passing a sleeping Dinky (out of service this day) and the former PRR Nassau tower, built in 1900, also out of service. ... (more)
Recently erected and densely spaced constant tension catenary supports line the barrel of this improved segment of the Northeast Corridor. This is part of the NJ High-Speed Rail Improvement Progra... (more)
An Amtrak Acela Express races east through Princeton Junction in West Windsor, NJ.
A little history.... for those interested regarding this spot along the former Pennsylvania Railroad's... (more)
An Amtrak Regional Express leads a westbound through West Windsor, NJ on the Northeast Corridor, passing the out of service Nassau Tower. The tower, which no longer has the great unobstructed vie... (more)
A set of NJT Arrows sit staged ready for boarding at Princeton Junction in West Windsor, NJ. The line, know affectionately as the PJ&B (Princeton Junction & Back) was built in 1865 by the Camden ... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad's baggage & express building, built in 1918, located in Princeton, NJ, adjacent and south to the station (seen center left). This building was once connected to the 1918 bui... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad's baggage & express building, built in 1918, located in Princeton, NJ, sits adjacent and south of the station (station would be to the left, not in sight). This building was... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad's Princeton Station
Pennsylvania Railroad's 1918 built station located within the campus of Princeton University in (almost) the heart of downtown Princeton, ... (more)
A set of NJT's GE Arrow III EMU's prepare for the 2.7 mile trip shuttling passengers from Princeton Junction along the NEC to the Princeton University campus, near downtown Princeton, NJ. The bla... (more)
A set of NJT's GE Arrow III EMU's return from Princeton, NJ following 2.7 miles of track affectionately named "The PJ&B". The shuttle, or "Dinky" as it is known, is bound for ... (more)
SEPTA's former Reading Company Willow Grove station, built in 1939.
A GE Silveriner IV departs the 1939 built Reading Willow Grove station along SEPTA's Warminster.
Reading's Bryn Athyn Station
Built by the Reading Railroad in 1902, this station sits near the Pennypack Creek in Bryn Athyn and was part of Reading Company's Newtown Branch. It later se... (more)
Reading's Churchville Station
This is the Reading Company's Churchville Station - built in 1892. Today, it serves as a private residence.. The original train station was constructed on ... (more)