Port Jersey's SW1200 1197.
Baldwin "Babyface" freight units are abundant at Communipaw on this November afternoon. The CNJ had ten A units and five B units of this uncommon model. Unit "K" at the left is a B unit. If the Ba... (more)
Leased ex-Baltimore & Ohio 4582 partially repainted as CNJ 14.
Waiting for departure at Communipaw, this covered wagon will soon find a new terminal as B&O is about to exit the N.J. market.
With the end of B&O passenger ops out of Communipaw in April 1958, the photographer made a point of documenting the varied power assigned to passenger service out of the N.J. market. This B unit ... (more)
No, the bus is not governed by the semaphores, but is the shuttle that ferried passengers from 42nd St in Manhattan to the terminal in Jersey City. April 1958 was the last month of B&O ops out of... (more)
Jersey Central camelback 4-6-0 774 is ready to leave Jersey City on a rainy morning with a fan trip to Jim Thorpe, Pa.. This was the locomotive's last day in steam and the last CNJ steam run on th... (more)
Port Jersey Railroad SW1200 1197 has a new coat of paint. After years of being red and white, the 1197 is now painted red white and blue. The paint job is not quite complete, it still needs to be ... (more)
Conrail C39 6614 at Liberty Park, in Jersey City, NJ is assembling a train of empty friction bearing ore cars on the National Docks line,. This train will run onto NJTransit. It will return loade... (more)
CSXT Q434 crossing Newark Bay on the Upper Bay Bridge.
Tug and carfloat arriving at Greenville yard in jersey City New Jersey. Last active float operation in NYC.
Saturday April 2, 1955, was an off-day for CNJ 1000, basking in the filtered sunlight of an early Spring day. Monday its back to work on the carfloat to the Bronx.
An A-B set of E6's get hostled at Jersey City. Ansco-Color restoration
The very first non-steam locomotive built and used anywhere in North America sits at the CNJ enginehouse on a Saturday. Come Monday she'll work the carfloats to the Bronx like she did for decades... (more)
Q434 has just departed Oak Island yard and is crossing Newark Bay.