A New York, Susquehanna & Western local is lead by a leased CSX GP38-2 as it brings its train under New Jersey Transit's Bergen County Line at Passaic Junction in Saddle Brook.
A light rail vehicle pulls into the Convention Center station in downtown.
A New York State express weekend train (no stops in NJ except for Hoboken) races under the Susquehanna Railroad bridge in Hackensack NJ. At one time the Public Service Hudson River Line bridge par... (more)
Two weekend Gladstone Branch trains meet at the passing siding in Far Hills, NJ on a snowy winter day.
A Summit bound train stops for passengers at the quaint Far Hills, NJ station. The weekend trains on the Gladstone Branch only run as far east as Summit, where they turn their passengers over to t... (more)
A aging set of Jersey Arrow IIIs makes another snowy run over the Millington High Bridge on the Gladstone Branch. This line is certainly one of the very last "interurbans" left in America.
The Dinky departs from its new "temporary station," 900 feet south of the previous station (and yet even further away from its original end point at Nassau). This run to Princeton Junction is an i... (more)
The Hillsborough Local does some work on the Bel-Del Branch in Phillipsburg, bringing it up along one of the coolest spots I know of where rails, roads, river, and rocks all try to share the same ... (more)
Power from the Lathrop heads between LATC and East Yard, taking the Metrolink River Sub on the way, and passing here through CP Olympic.
A one-time ever (at least that I am aware of) detour of the Southwest Chief on an old Pacific Electric line occurred today with Amtrak #3 took the Metrolink San Gabriel Sub, which includes parts o... (more)
New York bound Z train begins it's continental journey at Commerce, CA. The rear of the train is still in Hobart Yard in Vernon.
Light engines pass 4th Street Yard as they near the doomed 6th Street Bridge (which will be demolished in the near future). These units would later take the ZLCLT north.
The day's local returns to the engine house (crossing Industrial on the house lead). This locomotive was with Ventura County throughout the entire Rail America era. It's now wearing the colors of ... (more)
Seven light units head from Hobart to Commerce Diesel. These GEVOs are the standard power on the BNSF Transcon these days and are by far the most common type of engine seen in these parts.
A Gold Line train of Breda cars comes around the curve in Chinatown on its way to Los Angeles Union Station.