A Hoboken bound train crosses the Moodna Viaduct after a fresh blanket of snow.
New Jersey Transit operated Metro North WOH (West of Hudson) service Port Jervis - Hoboken train trundles over the Moodna Viaduct. Opened in 1909 by the Erie Railroad as part of a low grade freigh... (more)
A mid afternoon Port Jervis bound train makes its way over Moodna Viaduct.
The Flying Carnival
Stretched across the massive Moodna Viaduct, the Strates Carnival train "flies" high above Salisbury Mills as it heads West to Middletown, NY. T... (more)
The idyllic surroundings of the Moodna Viaduct make it a wonderful location to catch Metro-North's West of Hudson operations.
When it runs, Norfolk Southern's H08 is usually the only daylight freight that you will see on the Port Jervis Line, and also the only train that runs engine south. So why not do it the right way ... (more)
Early morning commuters cross Moodna Viaduct with a winter backdrop.
One of NJ Transit's GPs helps push Metro North passengers across the Moodna viaduct towards Hoboken, NJ on a Spring afternoon.
"The Frosted Valley of Moodna"
NJ Transit train #72 crosses the famous Moodna Viaduct on the way east to Hoboken. It was a cold morning at 27°F and the ground was coated ... (more)
Two of Metro North's GP40FH-2s, team up to push an eastbound train for Hoboken, across Moodna Viaduct.
Ex-BN F45 No. 6640 leads a B40-8 and a Tri-State Chapter NRHS "Garden State in 88" convention special eastbound over Moodna Creek. 6640/3636 was built in April, 1971.
The last of the fall leaves cling to their branches as this commuter train works across the Moodna Viaduct right after the Halloween sunrise.
NS local H08 crosses Moodna Viaduct on its way back home to Suffern, N.Y.
Just before sunrise Hoboken-bound commuters ease across the Moodna viaduct.
With the bridge emerging from the trees and the sky darkened by clouds that brought a surprising brief October snow, a Metro-North commuter train works its way across the Moodna Viaduct.