An eastbound train to New York, consisting of Comet II and Comet IV coaches makes a station stop at Princeton Junction. Sets of coaches with matching paint schemes are rather rare on the NJT syst... (more)
The snow begins to pick up as AMTK 657 races south through PJ.
An NJT local made up of Arrow IIIs pulls into the Princeton Junction station just like they have since they were built in 1977-78 as an NJT express fades into a snowy oblivion in the distance.
The modern day Nellie Bly. On August 29, 1961, PRR's New York to Atlantic City train, the Nellie Bly was annu... (more)
A young lady goes back to reading her book after giving the northbound 10-car multilevel train pulling into the station a quick glance.
NJT 4609 enjoys the ride north through Princeton Junction passed Nassau Tower on its way to New York City.
The setting sun glints off the side of a Amtrak Keystone service train as it rockets past an NJT local seen in the distance preparing for a station stop.
Former Metroliner cab car races south on the Northeast Corridor through Princeton Junction.
This strange looking creature was was paired up with GP38 724 at part of a light engine move, seen rolling through Princeton Junction.
Westbound Regional flies through Princeton Junction Station.
ALP-46 4619 glides into Princeton Junction Station with a sleek twelve car train of new multi-level coaches. Another ALP-46, number 4626, was on the other end of the train. For more photos of NJ... (more)
NEC: The Next Generation
The future of the Northeast Corridor in New Jersey, Amtrak's Acela Express speeds south through Princeton Junction as it passes a train of NJ Transit's... (more)
The Corridor Clipper in action!
Amtrak's high speed inspection car, the Corridor Clipper, races north through Princeton Junction. This inspection car was created from an Amfle... (more)
Doubleheaded train with 4421, 4406, and eight coaches makes a station stop at Princeton Junction.
The original NJT 6-car MultiLevel Test set with ALPs on each end arriving at Princeton Junction from New York during the evening rush. To the right is Nassau Tower.