Norfolk Southern H76 crossing the Delaware River on the ex-Lehigh & Hudson River bridge.
An unusual mirror-image GP15-1/GP10/GP10/GP15-1 lashup leads Conrail train ALOI (Allentown – Oak Island) eastward across the Delaware River at Phillipsburg, NJ.
The Jersey Central’s Phillipsburg service usually consisted of GP40P’s with conventional coaches for rush hour trains, but mid-day turns to Phillipsburg sometimes appeared with RDC’s. Here, sporti... (more)
Norfolk Southern Office car Business train Special heads east past the former DL&W/CNJ station and tower with a F9 ABBA set enroute to Croxton,NJ.
NS 23M passes the former CNJ PU Tower that was once extremely important in over a half-century ago. One can only imagine the work that was done on the desk on a daily basis
H76 is seen coming off the former L&HR bridge that crosses the PA/NJ border in Phillipsburg as it heads towards Portland, PA on the former PRR Bel Del branch
BDRV 1567 and 752 work their biggest costumer (Probuild) on the former PRR Bel Del branch at Phillipsburg during a big snowstorm
An eastbound Roadrailer crosses the Delaware River from Easton, Pa., into Phillipsburg, N.J. NS utilizes the former Lehigh Valley between Allentown eastward into New Jersey except for this short s... (more)
A coal drag makes a very rare appearance on the NS Portland Secondary on a cool Fall afternoon as 535 creeps on the rarely used trackage north of Roxbury industrial split at Harmony, NJ. The train... (more)
NS 2673 leads a Eastbound stack train past the former CNJ/DL&W Union Station.
Eastbound Oil Loads
NS 66Z breaks the morning silence as the engineer notches up his lead GEVOs to keep the train moving through Phillipsburg. For a short time 66/67Z operated ... (more)
A pair of Norfolk Southern Dash 9s running light through Phillipsburg.
Susquehanna 142 backs down to pick up it's passengers for the first excursion of the day.
NS 9234 leads an intermodal train past Phillipsburg's PU tower.
Three-quarters of the Lehigh Valley's GP38AC roster lead eastbound train LV-4 across the Delaware River and into Phillipsburg. Today's consist has 36 cars, including covered hoppers carrying cemen... (more)