"Days Yard Twins"
A wider view of Hoboken Yard's north side. Inbound morning trains have started to occupy yard tracks as NJ Transit's last two active F40s rumble away ... (more)
"The Twins in Hoboken"
The last two active NJ Transit F40s coupled together on 3 Express East at Hoboken Terminal.
For 54 years, the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western’s original 1930 MU cars served its suburban electrification. On their first journey they were piloted out of Hoboken by Th... (more)
Still in the paint that it had when delivered to the Erie-Lackawanna, New Jersey Transit U34CH 4174 emerges from the Hoboken end of the Bergen Hill Tunnels. The southernmost of the two parallel tu... (more)
The Bergen Hill Tunnels
There have been no less than a dozen sets of railroad tunnels or cuts that have pierced Bergen Hill, the last barrier between New Jersey and the Hudson Rive... (more)
Thanks to the affects of a nor'easter that passed through the area the night before passengers of a freshly arrived train from Montclair have an extra long walk into... (more)
"Wading in the Depot"
With the water over 6" deep towards the end of the depot tracks arriving trains are holding out about two cars from the blocks as not to damage sensitive CS... (more)
"Business as Usual"
It's just another day after a big storm in Hoboken. As usual the high tide waters of the Hudson River creep into the depot tracks from below the 110-year old ... (more)
"The Long Hood of a Rebuild"
The long hood of an Altoona-rebuild over the Hoboken Engine House inspection pit. The engine is in the house for a routine 92-Day inspectio... (more)
"4105 on the Pier"
An ex-CNJ spends the night on Track 126 on Hoboken's Pier just south of the depot. The last trains of the night have all departed leaving the 17-track depot de... (more)
"4101 in the House"
An ex-CNJ is staged in the depot and will soon depart as Train #1101 to Suffern, NY. This is the last departure for the night and once it pulls away the stati... (more)
"4100 Over the Pit"
One of NJ Transit's ex-CNJ geeps is spotted over the pit in the Hoboken Engine House for it's routine 92-day inspection.
The beautiful Hoboken Terminal shines as the sun sets. The tower which lights up to read "Lackawanna" is a 2007 replacement of the original which was demolished in the 1950s due to struc... (more)
A 48-year old CNJ veteran leads a Suffern-bound train out of Hoboken just as the sun peaks above the Manhattan skyline on a frigid January morning.
"Rumbling Under the Sheds"
As the afternoon commute approaches a pair of GP40s are positioned under the sheds for westbound trips into North Jersey.