A peek at Oak Island's yard goats.
The power for Conrail's "Coast Train," the OI-16, waits for a crew at Oak Island Yard. The EL heritage 1700 will lead the train, later in the morning, to Brown's Yard in Old Bridge, N.J.
"Oak Island Mornings"
Norfolk Southern's "Erie Lackawanna" heritage SD45-2 basks in morning light in Oak Island ready to depart for the trains daily chores al... (more)
Norfolk Southern's 18G arrives at Oak Island Yard in Newark, N.J. In the background is OI-16 power set, featuring the EL 1700 as trailing unit
CSX SD40-2 8830 and a companion NS locomotive rest in the Oak Island's receiving yard.
Sea Full Of Cars
M&E 18 and 23 crawl through Oak Island Yard on their way to the Garden State Secondary and a Form D. At first glance, you'd think this was M&E's yard and these are... (more)
A long hood first Union Pacific GE is power for a Conrail ballast train.
There's something you don't see every day. A Union Pacific Gevo is the sole power for Oak Island yard job OI-95. The previous day it was down the Lehigh Line dropping ballast for some track work. ... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
CSX 2812 waits for clearance in the Garden Yard.
Conrail OI16 puts its train together in Oak Island Yard. Photo taken from a public overpass.
NS GP38-2 5259 and CSX SD45-2 8869 wait at the Receiving Yard.
CSX/NS pair serve as Oak Island's yard goats.
SD40-2 heads under the highway.