At the end of the St.Charles line, #968 is boarding for a return trip to downtown, while the 971 lays over.
Having just met the southbound Adirondack, the northbound Adirondack pulls out of the siding to resume it's run to Montreal.
The Adirondack southbound at Whitehall.
EDNA passes local AY-4 and the old interlocking tower at Ayer, MA.
Westbound over Canyon Diablo. At 225 ft. above the canyon floor, this is one of the highest railroad bridges in the U.S.
GG1 #4874 has just pulled into the station at S.Amboy and is about to cut off from the train. Diesels will be coupled on for the remainder of the run south. This engine change took place dozens of... (more)
E-9A #10C eastbound returning to Boscobel. Several 1 hr. excursions were run this day, and for an additional charge one could ride in the cab of one of the E's.
E-9A #10A crosses a small creek east of Woodman. #10-C is on the other end of the train as there are no turning facilities at the destination.
E-9A #10A passes an old cold storage warehouse as it heads west out of Boscobel.
A rainy, foggy night on the Jersey coast finds E-8's #4330 (still in Southern green), 4323 (in the new white disco colors), 4285 & 4325 waiting out the night for the morning commuter rush.
A pair of E-8's accelerate their train south out of S.Amboy, while 2 additional sets of E-8's wait at left for their GG-1 hauled trains to arrive.
NR-2 switches the Tilcon spur under the catenary.
YR-1 passes the ancient ball signals guarding the crossing with the B&M. The higher ball indicates a clear or proceed indication, hence the RR term "highball".