CNR U-2-f 4-8-4 6185 sits at Turcot having come in from the west that morning.
BN 9900 was the only E unit owned by the SP&S and was numbered 750 with that railroad. It teams up with an FP7 to lead tr. 22, the Portland connection for the EMPIRE BUILDER. I rode the sleeping c... (more)
A former Erie GP7 leads a wreck train with an EMD GP35 in tow at Secaucus.
CNR U-2-h 4-8-4 6242 is waiting to enter Turcot yard from the west with a freight. J-7-b Pacific 5293 has pulled opposite and stopped. I've always felt that this shot almost exudes the odor of ste... (more)
Jersey Central TrainMaster 2411 arrives in Elizabeth under the lower quadrant semaphores with a train of Reading Company equipment. These semaphores were replaced by a color light signal bridge cl... (more)
Two Reading EMD FP7 units have hauled the Iron Horse Ramble, steam locomotive and all, to Belle Meade for an early departure. T-1 2124 is up front and only a few fans walked back to photograph the... (more)
An unidentified Erie F3 A-B-B-A set leads an eastbound freight at Hancock. I had ridden here with other enthusiasts on an excursion consisting of extra coaches tacked onto the ERIE LIMITED.
Two CNJ Budd RDCs arrive in Elizabeth eastbound.
Lackawanna E8 A-A units arrive in Hoboken with train 2, POCONO EXPRESS.
Famous CP H1b 4-6-4 2816 was stored in beautiful condition at St Luc in November 1957. The engine was returned to service later and was in the Montreal commuter train power pool at The Glen roundh... (more)
Passengers are ready to board again in Kingston, PA on the DL&W excursion to Northumberland.
Weary-looking K4s 5406 steams quietly in the yard at Bay Head. It was the only steam locomotive at Bay Head this day as diesels headed most trains during the week.
An Erie RS-3 slows for a stop at Ridgewood with a train for Hoboken and the DL&W terminal. A few of the details shown here may soon be lost with the rebuilding work to be done on the station by Ne... (more)
Lehigh Valley 518 is still in the original Cornell red color scheme as the A-B-B-A set of F3 units backs up at Lehighton late on a May afternoon.
An SNCF compound Pacific type is shown broadside on the Bordeaux turntable.