NS 5826 leads a three car Operation Lifesaver Special eastbound. The train departed Manville via the Lehigh Line and, after a brief stop at Conrail's Oak Island Yard for lunch, returned to Manvil... (more)
Hoboken Terminal is still a very busy place during the evening rush hour. Here train 267 with service to Montclair State University on the Montclair-Boonton Line departs while five other trains a... (more)
NJT 1004 meets NJT 2004:
An NJT MP20B-3 switcher rests between Hoboken Terminal and the adjacent Hudson-Bergen Light Rail station. The Empire State Building is mostly obscured by the t... (more)
After not personally seeing a GP40FH-2 in service for quite some time, I've now photographed NJT 4138 twice in as many weeks: Link to ... (more)
A former UP SD45 leads an empty CSX ethanol train from the Motiva refinery in Sewaren, and is seen crossing Conrail's Port Reading Secondary at CP PD. The wye tracks curving off to the left and r... (more)
Off to the Races... CSXT 9999 and 9992 lead a 10 car office car special from North Bergen, NJ to Saratoga Springs, NY. The train is bringing guests to the Whitney Stakes at the Saratoga Ra... (more)
A colorful consist of VTR 201, GMTX 2663, GMTX 3105, VTR 3801 bring 40 ethanol loads (plus one "cover" car) east to Bellows Falls. This is the second of two trains, each with four units and forty... (more)
Upon receiving 80 ethanol loads at Whitehall, NY from CP for delivery to the P&W, the Vermont Rail System split the train into two 40-car sections. The first section ran as a regular 263 from Rut... (more)
A colorful ICE-BN (HLCX)-CITX consist leads CP 450 west from Kenwood Yard for Saratoga Yard into the setting sun.
Storm clouds gather west of the distant Green Mountains in Vermont, but it is a sunny afternoon in New York as EDMO passes the new (future) CPF 468 signals. The new signals are part of a greater ... (more)
A very colorful consist leads train 450 through Mechanicville on CP's Colonie Subdivision. Behind CITX 3177 is HLCX 7008 (ex BN SD40-2) and ICE 6456.
Low sun highlights the weathered nose of a Pan Am SD40-2 as it approaches CPF 448.
An early morning visit to the M&H yard finds the Western Maryland painted S6 parked at the end of street running next to the days excursion train with 65-tonner #2 leading.
Trona meets PRR...only on the SMS: A pair of stored, worn-looking ex-Trona AS616s are passed by a very active ex-PRR DS4-4-1000.
At slightly more than 63 years old, PRR 9069 still earns revenue for SMS Rail Lines and is seen here handling a cut of cars...looking and sounding great!