NJ Transit ALP45-DP 4510, heads west through the New Jersey Meadowlands area.
Headed for Hoboken, NJ Transit 4109 crossing the Hackensack River on HX Draw.
An eastbound NJ Transit MidTOWN DIRECT train makes a station stop at Secaucus Junction with an ALP-45PD shoving on the rear. This day marked the first revenue runs into New York Penn Station for ... (more)
NJ Transit has been slowing expanding the services in which their new "dual mode" ALP-45DP locomotives are being used. This day marked the first revenue runs into New York Penn Station. There wa... (more)
Zipping through Secaucus en route to Washington, the Acela Express is eyed by the rising Freedom Tower.
Heading towards New York City with a load of commuters, this set of NJ Transit Arrow III multiple unit motors whisks by the rising Freedom Tower.
The first Acela Express of the day leaves New York behind and crosses the obsolete Portal Bridge over the Hackensack River bound for Philadelphia and points beyond. The Pennsylvania RR constructed... (more)
NJT 4012 finds a small pocket of sunlight just before sunset as it passes under the 4-track signal bridge east of the Secaucus Junction station with a shuttle train headed for the New York Giants ... (more)
More consecutively numbered locos. With two tracks being used exclusively for Meadowlands shuttle trains, the regular rush hour trains are starting to stack up outside the Secaucus Junction... (more)
Consecutively numbered locos. As NJT 4032 waits for a train ahead of it to clear the platform at Secaucus Junction station, NJT 4031 passes with a shuttle to the NY Giants game at the Meado... (more)
The Hornell Shops did not spoil the appearance of Baldwin DRS 4-4-1500 #1105 during conversion to a slug. It looks pretty much like a proper Baldwin B-unit would.
Erie Lackawanna Alco FA-2 7381 in the short-lived Erie inspired black paint scheme.
Nearing the end of it’s 190 mile roundtrip to Port Jervis, Ross Roland storms the Hackensack River at track speed. The lump on the tender top is a crewman shaking some coal loose to feed the stoke... (more)
6338 has had its sanders topped off as hostlers move the big Alco back to the ready line. Scanned from a slide taken by my father Rich Onorevole.