With rush hour approaching two trains are in view: the near train is heading for the Bergen Tunnels, while the far train is pushing over a bridge that reads “Welcome to Hoboken”. Behind the trai... (more)
NJT GP40PH-2B 4208 leads a work train across Shark River drawbridge into Belmar.
The last Bay Head to Hoboken direct of the day passes alongside the Raritan Bay on Track 2.
Passengers at Hazlet station wait for NJT 4213 as it pushes west (railroad east) across Bethany Road on Track 2. Meanwhile, on Track 1 an eastbound (railroad west) is picking up passengers.
The first of five diesel powered trains from Hoboken to Bay Head makes its way over the Cheesequake Marsh, heading for its next stop on the NJCL at Aberdeen-Matawan. The water is rising fast as i... (more)
Geep over Stump Creek - A morning direct from Bay Head to Hoboken pushes north (railroad east) across the Cheesequake Marsh.
A double-headed train pushes north (railroad east) across the 1,000 ft. long Matawan Creek embankment. Some of the pilings of the Matawan Creek Trestle of the NY&LB are still visible in the water... (more)
The last Bay Head to Hoboken train of the morning pushes east (north) over Stump Creek at high tide.
The last Bay Head to Hoboken train of the day pushes east (north) over the Raritan River.
Shortly before sunset, a Bay Head bound GP40 gleams in sunlight as it crosses the Raritan River at low tide.
First westbound train of the day crosses ex Erie trestle.
NJ Transit GP40PH-2B #4212 leads a rush hour Westbound train over the Navesink River Bridge in Red Bank NJ on the North Jersey Coast Line. This photo appears at the bottom of Page 4 in the May 200... (more)
Anatomy of a prototype kitbash - Juniata rebuild prototype 4200, sans-NJT silver scheme, tests on Cresson Mountain with ex-Altoona Time Trials helper CR 6373.