Morning at Moodna....what could be finer? Hope these commuters heading to work feel the same!
It's going to be a hot and humid August day and as the sun rises, it hits the cool valley air beneath Moodna Trestle and creates flash fog that lasts about 15 minutes. During this brief period, th... (more)
Train 0053 heads North across the Moodna viaduct on its way from Hoboken to Port Jervis, New York on a beautiful late summer afternoon.
Today's Port Jervis Line train 53 stretches across Moodna Viaduct with a special treat in the from of a doubleheader with Metro-North GP40FH-2M 4902 and NJ Transit GP40PH-2B 4206.
Crossing Moodna Viaduct under threatening skies, this westbound train heads towards Port Jervis.
The fields below the Moodna Viaduct are full of spring flowers as a Port Jervis bound train heads north.
The full moon is rising on a cold winter night as a long distance commuter train makes its lonely journey to Port Jervis.
I'd thought for sure this guy wouldn't show before the sun dipped beneath the hills behind me. I got lucky, though, as this Metro-North EMD (not sure of the exact engine model - any clarification... (more)
A NJ Transit GP40 (an ex Conrail and ex CNJ according to 'The Diesel Shop' website) pushes train number 0054 south across the Moodna viaduct on the nicest autumn morning I've ever gotten up early ... (more)
NJ Transit's 0056 rolls across the Moodna viaduct after departing the Salisbury Mills / Cornwall station. I've never gotten up this early for a passenger train before, but the fine light and fall... (more)
WACH01 returning from Nepera Chemical about to step out onto Moodna Viaduct
With a sunrise that should awaken some sleepy eyes on the early morning commute to Hoboken, train #46 crosses the valley as fog starts to form below.
Soaring over the world of the lone doe, these commuters are seemingly unaware of the world beneath them.
Crossing the massive Moodna Viaduct under a full moon, this train continues its westward trek home to Port Jervis.
The sun has long gone down, stars are just starting to appear overhead, and commuters are still make their way home from New York to close a long day.