Should I stay or should I go? PRR 5473 makes traffic wait at Bridge Ave. Ansco Color original.
A commuter train departs Red Bank. The engine is crossing a diamond of the CNJ line to southern NJ. Ansco Color original.
LV Snowbirds in August are climbing the new connection eastward to the CNJ a couple years after the Joint Use of Facilities Agreement>
CNJ camelback commuter power lays over at Jersey City, sharing the terminal with the colorful B&O upstarts. CNJ Class T38.
In Jersey City, steam and diesel power from B&O and CNJ share the property. The Babyfaces, framed by the Manhattan skyline in the distance, won't need to make a stop under the coal chute. CNJ 77... (more)
A light duty crane is spotted next to the sandhouse.
#4719 waits for work.
4744 poses in front of the Lackawanna main at Meadows.
A GG-1 and P5A wait next to the sandhouse.
The electrics wait under blue flag protection at Meadows. The original design, seen in the carbody of 4726, called for a 4-6-4 arrangement, and they were used mostly in freight due to the success... (more)
An unidentified K4 and electrics can be seen co-mingling at the Meadows Terminal.
A view from above at various PRR electrics in the rack. The Lackawanna main is under the wires on the far left.
Overview of the service tracks at Meadows, the roundhouse lead at the top and the skyline of Manhattan barely visible through the smog above it.
PRR #1453 makes a stop.
PRR #3807 was a favorite of the fans at the time. Mr. William Rosenberg is at the extreme left.