"On to the Next Stop"
The Middletown and New Jersey Toys for Tots train has just completed their second stop of the day in Sugar Loaf, NY and is seen here making there way throug... (more)
"Inaugural Run of M&NJ 773"
The 2014 edition of the Middletown and New Jersey Toys for Tots train is seen passing the Stone Bridge Station just outside the center of town in Wa... (more)
"Spotting on the Greycourt Industrial"
With the rest of their train sitting on the main, CH-1 shoves a single loaded reefer down to the trans-load site at the end of the Greycour... (more)
"The Barren Orchard"
The CH-1 continues their Southbound journey to Warwick, NY as they pass a barren Roe's Orchard. Normally buzzing with activity the orchard sits void of life ... (more)
"Approaching Ridge Road"
Upon crossing the tracks at the grade crossing in the distance I realized my initial shot had been compromised due to a bad angle on the sun. Stepping ou... (more)
"Departing Campbell Hall"
The daily Middletown and New Jersey Campbell Hall local has their train for the day as they navigate their way through the yard. Upon arrival at the sta... (more)
M&NJ 773 moving empty cars around in the small Campbell Hall yard for Norfolk Southern to pick up.
It doesn't look like it now, but at one time this area was a real hotbed for rail activity, and an important link to New England. Just south of here was New Haven's Maybrook Yard, which not much o... (more)
M&NJ 773 heading back to Campbell Hall with five empties.
The Middletown & New Jersey switches at Slate Hill, N.Y., passing the Junkomologist located at the U.S. 6 crossing. This end of the M&NJ no longer sees revenue service and was most recently used f... (more)
With white flags flying, the M&NJ conductor rides up front and gets ready to flag the next crossing as we approach another photo op during the last run to Slate Hill.
The sign says it all - last run to Slate Hill for the M&NJ, the end of an era.
Middletown & New Jersey's classic 44-tonner leads a single boxcar south through a tranquil scene on its way toward Slate Hill.