Grand, Glorious and One heck of a locomotive, and doing what it was made to do, high speed passenger railroading on the Corridor.
Poignant this time was for the end of the GG-1's reign was very n... (more)
In 1983, looking for cheap power, NJ Transit acquired some CNW F7s. Unfortunately, these locomotives were more suited for the relatively flat Chicago suburbs and struggled on the hilly New Jersey... (more)
The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western railroad's elegant Hoboken New Jersey terminal was opened in 1907. It was designed in the contemporaneously popular Beaux-Arts style by architect Kenneth M. Murc... (more)