You'd never get in here now to photograph!!
Train 733 and its morning counterpart, No. 704, were the last steam powered passenger trains to serve New York City.
An ex-Wabash F7 on loan to the CNJ, awaiting assignment.
Union Pacific track speeder 2219 performs short rides for visitors at the 2004 Jersey Central Railroad Festival at the former CNJ passenger terminal in Jersey City, N.J.
OI65 shuttling some loaded racks from Little Ferry to the Doremus Ave. unloader; former LV to the far left, former CNJ Communipaw yards to each side, Phillips St. Tower was on the far right.
Train 1003 with 4104 and five HEP equipped heavyweights exits the Bergen Hill tunnel on track 3 and heads west for the Boonton line. 14AUG86
Conrail TV-556 is led by a very clean SP tunnel motor and an EMD leasing GP38 (former CR). The double stacks will be shoved into Croxton Yard (out of view around the curve to the left) where the ... (more)
Lower Hack bridge provides a dramatic backdrop for a westbound crossing the river. Sunsets like this were few and far between!
We shot this "because it was there" as we were documenting the end of the EL MU's. Little did we think, then, that the U-boats would be gone, all too soon.
In '84 we not only shot the EL MU's at Lower Hack bridge, (Hackensack River) but got this tidbit as well.
Eastbound coming out of the sunset; sun *just* came out between the clouds in time!
Last run of ex-EL MU's to Gladstone heads, appropriately, into the sunset.
Tugboat John P. Brown brings a carfloat into the float bridge at Greenville Yard. Float was loaded at Brooklyn, N.Y.
NS GP38-2 5345 crosses St. Pauls Avenue enroute to Croxton Yard
B&O's number 5314 leads the Royal Blue out of the Jersey City terminal with Manhattan just across the Hudson River.