"Another Westbound Trip"
A veteran ex-CNJ geep spends some time on 1 Depot at Hoboken Terminal ready to lead train #1623 to Spring Valley, NY.
The warm evening sun fills the Hoboken waiting room with bright golden light.
"Departure for Port Jervis"
As the evening sun shifts towards the north side of the depot at Hoboken, a westbound train for Port Jervis departs the historic Lackawanna Terminal.
A trainman on the back platform guides the 4117 to its train on Track 7 as a "Bluebird" U-Boat awaits departure. The 4117 would lose its back platform in 1997 when Altoona added a separ... (more)
Hoboken Terminal presents a mix of classic and modern eras of railroading. The stained glass "To Trains" window and stonework of the waiting room contrast with the stainless steel Comet... (more)
One of the last two rebuilt Jersey Central GP40Ps still in service on NJ Transit rests at Hoboken Terminal on a quiet Saturday afternoon. This unit was built as CNJ 3681 ... (more)
"Penn Central on the Lackawanna"
A geep with Penn Central heritage stands guard on Hoboken's Pier under the watch of the Lackawanna clock tower. This veteran GP40 is cu... (more)
The scene is almost timeless as another setting sun casts a warm golden glow on the Lackawanna's Hoboken Waiting Room.
"Late Night Rumbles"
Two of the last trains of the night rest below the shelter of the depot sheds.
"Central Heritage at Hoboken"
A former Penn Central GP40 spends some time on the south side of Hoboken Terminal under the Lackawanna clock tower on a beautiful late spring evenin... (more)
"Follow the Sunset"
A train to Spring Valley departs Hoboken to follow the setting sun on its way west.
"B Yard Power"
A pair of transit geeps soak up the morning sun in the B Yard. The 4301 will soon depart the yard with the crew of YD-41 to Summit for protect the mornin... (more)
Nearly three car lengths of tracks 10 and 11 at Hoboken Terminal are flooded with the high tide waters of the Hudson River. In an effort to protect sensi... (more)
The whole purpose of the historic Waterfront Terminals in Hoboken and Jersey City was to bring the trains to the shores of the Hudson River for easy... (more)