"The Difference a Year Can Make"
Just a little over a year after this photograph was taken, the Comet Is ha... (more)
After the URHS festival, Curiosity brought me to take a little nature walk in Northern NJ and check out the Lackawanna Cutoff progress and see it for the first time. During my walk I stumbled acr... (more)
"Blue Flag Protection:
Blue flag protection applied to the west end of Track 3.
A pair of NJ Transit F40PH-2CATs at the west end of Port Morris Yard. Originally built with a crank-shaft driven HEP, these engines now have Caterpillar HEP mo... (more)
Locomotives on the west end of the trains at Port Morris Yard being preparing for the following morning's commute.
The east end of Port Morris Yard is dominated by Comet I and Comet IB cab cars. A lone Comet V cab hides in the mix.
Only a year later and this very sa... (more)
"Port Morris Overnight"
An ex-CNJ geep under a clear sky.
"F40 Below the Stars"
An F40 rests between two train sets in Port Morris Yard. Everything piece of equipment in this photo is now retired from service.
A close up look of the Leslie S3L that all of the Comet I cab cars came from the factory with. When the cars came under the control of NJ Transit, some had their horns... (more)
Instamatic treasure... the bridge and station are still there. Unfortunately the Geeps and classic Chrysler are not.
We'll be darned if we can remember this trip-or the occasion-but 3 Alcos are good enough for us! ~1983.