Early summer humidity and haze turn the sky yellow as the sun sets behind the massive PATH Lift Bridge crossing the Hackensack River. This former Pennsylvania Railroad bridge is now owned by and s... (more)
K4s running in reverse to the Meadows Engine Terminal after dropping either the Broker or the Banker at the Harborside Terminal at the Hudson River. This was the terminal for the Hudson & Manhatta... (more)
A PATH Train crosses the Hackensack River over the PATH Lift Bridge on its way to the World Trade Center. The Pennsylvania Railroad built this bridge in 1900 to serve Exchange Place in Jersey City... (more)
GG-1's on freight, coming and going! The icing on the cake was the trailing motor on the right- the unique "Old Rivets" #4800.
Lehigh Valley's carfloat terminal was just north of Jersey Central's Communipaw ferry terminal. Across the Hudson River, the World Trade Center (North Tower) is under construction.
Tribute in Light. NJT 2042 makes a stop at the Marin Boulevard station in Jersey City on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail line on September 11, 2012. The Tribute in Light can be seen directly a... (more)
With the Sept. 11th Tribute in Light soaring skyward across the river in New York City, NJT 2031 makes a late-night stop at Essex Street in downtown Jersey City, 10 years after the attacks on the ... (more)
A bitterly cold day results in a smoky scene at Jersey Central's ready tracks at Communipaw. All of these appear to be commuter train power.
On a sunny morning just after a snowfall, this pair former Conrail GP40-2s push a long cut of empty pigs and stacks onto the Third Track.
An influx of leased power provides assistance for Jersey Central's aging roster. N&W F7 3717 was Wabash 1185.
A rebuilt Norfolk Southern GP38-2 works in Croxton Yard. The New York City skyline can be seen in the background. Note the white fluke decal above the fireman's side window.
"Cave of the SD50"
An SD50 paired with an SD40-2 emerge from the east side of the former Erie Bergen Tunnel. While this train is in the heart of Jersey City, the area is more like ... (more)
A Norfolk Southern C39-8 on the Croxton engine tracks after just coming in on an inbound train. These locomotives are no longer rostered by the Norfolk Southern Railway.
An SW9 in Lackawanna black works in Croxton Yard on a cold January day.
The face of a Union Pacific SD70M working at Norfolk Southern's Croxton Yard. This would be the last locomotive I ran before leaving the Norfolk Southern Corporation.