Slowing for Bound Brook stop
Arriving at Bound Brook; one of the more unique cab cars in U.S. service!
Headed for Elizabethport
The rail at the switch of Clayton Sand. Interestingly enough, this rail was manufactured not too long before service ceased on this portion of the line.
Signs still hang directing passengers to their trains and ferries.
Fairbanks-Morse power on the CNJ, one of 12 H15-44's delivered the year before, works a commuter train. Ansco color/color corrected in P/S
CNJ 1040 is one of three VO-660's on the CNJ roster, built in '42. Source: www.northeast.railfan.net/cnj_atr.html
Ansco color/color corrected in P/S
Central of New Jersey MU'd cab, 1 of four modified in this manner by the railroad, continues to be used for back up moves on excursions at the Bluegrass Railway Museum. 3 of her sister non MU cars... (more)
CNJ Baldwin 2000-series "double-ender" moves about the massive interlocking at the Jersey City Terminal as Gotham City looms in the background. Ansco color/color corrected in P/S
Some of my first Kodachrome exposed was on this CNJ 1546, w/RPO, making a station stop at Roselle Park. The train will head west to Mauch Chunk, PA., (now Jim Thorpe), making a connection with th... (more)
This camelback B3b 0-6-0 worked the 8-mile CNJ Newark Branch , near the Ironbound section and the docks, was retired in 1953.
Ansco color, color corrected in P/S
Maybe, someday, this pair of classic F-units can regularly power the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway trains out of Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania.
Now nothing but a stationary display, these units used to be B&A but were repainted by their historical societys. I'm surprised they have not gotten a parking ticket yet.
Nose detail of CNJ 1523 sitting in Tuckahoe.