An electric locomotive shoves a passenger train across a bridge. Below the bridge in the waters of Parkers Creek paddles a lone bird, a swan (waterfowl). This is the sight of an 1882 train cras... (more)
NJ Transit’s Central Railroad of New Jersey heritage unit idles along with another ex-CNJ GP40PH-2, NJTR 4105. Meanwhile, train 4372 prepares to depart the yard with an ALP-45DP shoving.
Running about 10-15 minutes late at this point, an outbound Jersey Avenue local using a set typical set of Arrow III EMUs hustles out of Edison Station along the Northeast Corridor. Meanwhile, an ... (more)
A GP40 brings up the rear of this multilevel train to Suffern in lieu of the usual cab car. It is not often that a locomotive is placed on the east end of trains on the Bergen County Line.
New Jersey Transit "PTC Test" train.
PTC Test Train in Trenton: ALP-46 #4659 leads a Positive Train Control test train through Trenton on February 27, 2020. Visible in the distance is the Erie-Lackawanna Heritage ALP-45DP.
"Meadowlands Meet, with Heritage"
NJT 4517 leads its train out of the west end of Brielle Interlocking in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ. The train is heading west towards Bay Head where it will loop and take charge of another eastbound... (more)
"Lincoln Park Class"
Testing! NJ Transit Erie Lackawanna Railway Heritage ALP-45DP #4519 brings up the rear of a westbound Positive Train Control (PTC) test train on Thursday, February 20, 2020.
Morning Runs: NJ Transit Heritage ALP-46A #4636 on Northeast Corridor Line Train #3920 speeds past Metuchen Station on Track 3 as Train #3124, visible in the distance behind it on Track 4, ... (more)
Hoboken to Gladstone train 421 arrives in Berkeley Height.
NJRail 49 for Middletown, NJ clatters across the former DL&W Upper Hack lift bridge with the CNJ painted GP40PH-2 #4109 leading the way.
NJ Transit MIDTown Direct train 6227 races along the Northeast Corridor west of Secaucus Junction with the PRR wrapped ALP-46 leading the way.
NJ Transit train 1206 crosses Upper Hack Lift bridge on the Mainline with CNJ painted GP40PH-2 #4109 shoving. Upper Hack was built by the Delaware Lackawanna and Western Railroad in 1958, yet stil... (more)