The former Reading Company McMyler coal dumper sits abandoned along the Arthur Kill. Named "Big Mac", it was built in 1917 and was manned by small crew of twelve workers. Big Mac could unload a ra... (more)
The OI16 has just set off Port Reading freight cars and is now pushing back onto the Garden State Secondary. Note that the train does not have EL heritage unit 1700 today.
Conrail Oak Island to Browns Yard OI-16 heads south after dropping off cars at the Port Reading yard.
Juniata Terminal's superb E8's lead Conrail's OCS-100 down the Garden State Secondary. The Fall colors make for an impressive backdrop on a chilly Halloween Saturda... (more)
Conrail hosted an excursion for the Lexington Group, Inc. as part of their annual meeting which was held this year in Newark, NJ. The train was led by Bennett Levin's beautifully restored Pennsyl... (more)
OI-16, with "Erie Lackawanna" 1700 in the lead, has pulled west onto the Port Reading Secondary and is shoving a 40+ car drop into Port Reading Yard. The signal for CP Ron can be seen i... (more)
Conrail OI-16 is swinging from the Garden State Secondary onto the Port Reading Secondary. The train will be setting off freight cars at Port Reading Yard.
OI-16 slowly drops down from CP Karen to CP Ron where the crew will make a set-off in Port Reading Yard. The brilliant fall foliage here is a nice complement to the Erie Lackawanna heritage SD45-... (more)
Conrail's JR-2 crew prepares to set off train OI-16's Port Reading freight cars.
PR-2 is transferring freight cars from the West Siding and into Port Reading Yard.
"Diamonds on Diamonds"
With their drop in Port Reading Yard completed and a loaded ethanol train safely tucked away at Motiva, OI-16 appears out of Port Reading Yard, crossing the Garden State Secondary. After a quick ... (more)
Conrail OI16 with the Erie Lackawanna livery NS 1700 is pushing the Port Reading setoff around the wye and onto the West Siding.
Erie Lackawanna lives! Splendid Erie Lackawanna livery SD45-2 1700 makes its maiden arrival at Port Reading on Conrail train OI-16.