For 54 years, the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western’s original 1930 MU cars served its suburban electrification. On their first journey they were piloted out of Hoboken by Th... (more)
Still in the paint that it had when delivered to the Erie-Lackawanna, New Jersey Transit U34CH 4174 emerges from the Hoboken end of the Bergen Hill Tunnels. The southernmost of the two parallel tu... (more)
The Bergen Hill Tunnels
There have been no less than a dozen sets of railroad tunnels or cuts that have pierced Bergen Hill, the last barrier between New Jersey and the Hudson Rive... (more)
The beautiful Hoboken Terminal shines as the sun sets. The tower which lights up to read "Lackawanna" is a 2007 replacement of the original which was demolished in the 1950s due to struc... (more)
Tools and Trains.
A PL-42AC takes the afternoon off on a hazy and humid Summer day.
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 V cab car... (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)
NJ Transit ALP-45DP No. 4500 leading Mainline train 1173 departs Hoboken, NJ.