Cheesequake Causeway -Most trains on this line run off the catanery wires, however, this train originated from the end of the line in Bay Head, which is not electrified.
Splitting the Signals - An NJT Geep shoves the last Bay Head to Hoboken direct across the Navesink River.
A westbound New York to Long Branch local has just departed the South Amboy station and is approaching RARE Interlocking. The next stop for this train will be Aberdeen-Matawan.
Double-ended Train - In response to the Sep 2016 train crash at Hoboken Terminal NJT is in the process of installing positive train control (PTC) systems on their locomotives and cab cars... (more)
Crossing the Navesink - A bevy of birds are rafting in the Navesink as an east bound train to NYC passes over the bridge.
Freight Train over the Raritan - The direct train from Oak Island Yard to Browns Yard, led by Conrail crew OI-16, is seen crossing the NJCL Raritan River drawbridge at its usual time of ... (more)
Raritan River Draw - Multilevel cars glimmering in the afternoon sun. Captured from the Rt 35 Victory Bridge.
Coast Line Direct - A direct train from Bay Head to Hoboken passes through Morgan and alongside the shores of the Raritan Bay.
Dual Mode over Deal - A weekend local from Long Branch to Bay Head is running about 10 minutes late as it enters onto the Deal Lake causeway.
The Arrow III EMUs (electric multiple units) were built in 1977 and 1978 by General Electric, and were initially assigned to operate on former Penn Central electrified lines. Today, the Arrow II... (more)
Arrow III MU with old-style pantograph cruising on the North Jersey Coast Line
Weekend local from Long Branch to Bay Head crossing the Manasquan River.
Two Locomotives for the Price of One Train - Recently on the NJCL some trains have been running with locomotives at both ends. Here's one crossing the Raritan River with the moon peaki... (more)
Deal Lake -
A Bay Head destined train coasting down the Coast Line.