4100 on NJ Transit was built in October 1968. It was originally built for the Central of New Jersey Railroad as their number 3681. Been in revenue service for over 53 years and is now on the Hobok... (more)
NJ Transit 4100 leads a morning train out of Hoboken on the Pascack Valley Line.
Hoboken to Hackettstown train 877 departs Dover behind a former CNJ GP40P for power.
In 2017, Geeps were few and far between on New Jersey Transit on revenue trains. They made a more widespread comeback as the decade of 2020 approached. NJT 4100 is valued for being one of the olde... (more)
Westbound train to Port Jervis with an ex-CNJ Geep leading.
NJ Transit 4100, an ex CNJ GP40P, crossing the Passaic River.
NJT Train #853 a Hoboken to Mount Olive train is about to make a westbound stop at Netcong, NJ. New Jersey Transit engine #4100 is an ex-CNJ locomotive built in 1968 and is only 1 of 2 CNJ engines... (more)
It's just a little past sunrise as NJ Transit 4100 is about to pass the closed HX Tower.
NJ Transit 4100, an ex-CNJ unit, passes under a digital billboard for the traffic on Route 17.
GP40PH-2 4100 pushes an eastbound towards Hoboken.
A NJ Transit GP40 (an ex Conrail and ex CNJ according to 'The Diesel Shop' website) pushes train number 0054 south across the Moodna viaduct on the nicest autumn morning I've ever gotten up early ... (more)
NJ Transit 4100, originally built for the CNJ in 1968, pushing an evening train to Hoboken.
GP40PH-2 4100 of New Jersey Transit at the Lincoln Park station on the Montclair-Boonton Line.