Not to long after train 212 passed through Phillipsburg, I was greeted by another set of wings on the point of 214. Today 214 is led by a UP C44-9W, a UP Gevo, and a Norfolk Southern SD70M. This... (more)
On a day with no foreign power reports for trains 212 or 214, I decided to try my luck, and it finally paid off. This morning, 212 came into sight with a fresh looking UP Gevo on the point, and t... (more)
NS train 214 passes the former CNJ's Phillipsburg Union Station, now home to the New Jersey Transportation Heritage Center.
I thought Friday the 13th was supposed to be a bad luck day? Guess NS was having a good day, and so was I. NS Manifest train 18G pulls East through Phillipsburg NJ with two ex Erie Lackawanna SD... (more)
When 24V rounded the curve into Phillipsburg, I noticed that he had a nice surpise for me. A Canadian National SD75i which had been bouncing back and forth on reading line trains the week prior.
After a much anticipated wait, I0G comes into sight with a lashup filled with varitety. With the usual NS leader do to running over the cab signaled Pittsburgh Line, and two foreign units in the ... (more)
After about its tenth passing through Phillipsburg in a week, NS SD70M number 2610 and two of its NS comrads take 18G East on the Lehigh Line.
A very rare ex Conrail SD70 leads a shorter than usual 24V through Phillipsburg NJ just after crossing over the Delaware River.
A short two car Bel-Del Freight train rolls around the bend and off of NS's Portland Secondary with the ex CP Rail switcher doing honors.
A later than usual 214 has just entered New Jersey with an NS D9 leading and two Uncle Petes providing horsepower for the trip up musconetcong mountain.
Three big units pull a very short 24V through Phillipsburg NJ on their way towards Newark NJ.
On a beautiful spring evening, a rare four unit H65 passes an old Lackawanna milepost as it heads west for Allentown.
H65 leans into a small dip in the tracks as it makes its way down the Washington Secondary at a whopping 10mph with 4 locos and 34 cars in tow.
H65's Conductor begins his walk from the rear of the train back to the lead unit where he will throw the switch for the train to continue on to Allentown.
Local train H76 enroute from Allentown Pa to Manville NJ smokes it up as it passes PU Tower, and Phillipsburg's infamous "Black Bridge."