NJ Transit train 660 is departing Convent Station, with the 4202 pushing on the tail end.
NJ Transit 1001 accelerates west from Boonton. The train is passing alongside the United Railroad Historical Society storage facility.
A westbound train on the Morristown and Gladestone Line makes a stop at Millburn Station.
Shoving Across Stump Creek - This is the last diesel direct of the day from Bay Head to Hoboken heading across the Cheesequake Marsh.
CP Lloyd - A train shoving railroad east through the interlocking between Lloyd Rd. and Beers St. This diesel direct from Bay Head to Hoboken is heading under the Garden State Parkway and... (more)
The silence of the shores of Raritan Bay is interrupted as a westbound Hoboken to Bay Head express crosses the Raritan River Drawbridge at South Amboy, NJ. This train runs as an express from Newar... (more)
Splitting the Signals - An NJT Geep shoves the last Bay Head to Hoboken direct across the Navesink River.
Lake Estling - A New Jersey Transit train shoves east across the dam spillway of Lake Estling. A well frozen lake made for easy access to this location.
NJ Transit's Aqua Train spends some tome on the Denville Wye while the crew takes a short lunch break. The train will then run the wye before beginning their return trip back to the MMC.
Coast Line Direct - A direct train from Bay Head to Hoboken passes through Morgan and alongside the shores of the Raritan Bay.
Filling in for a Cab Car: Diesel engines are not typically oriented so as to face inward towards the terminal building at Hoboken. However, this shot depicts an exception to that rule. W... (more)
Weekend local from Long Branch to Bay Head crossing the Manasquan River.
GP40PH-2B 4211 is on display at MMC Family Day 2017 as a representative of NJ Transit's long-lived fleet of rebuilt GP40s.
NJ Transit GP40PH-2B 4209 sits adjacent to the load test station while a group of stored F40PHs can be seen in the distance at left.
Equipment Move Through Trenton: GP40PH-2B #4210 leads a westbound equipment move through the Trenton Transit Center on Thursday, September 28, 2017. Note the second GP40PH-2B in the middle... (more)