Tug James E. Brown brings NYNJ Rails first Eastbound carfloat of the day into Brooklyn.
NYNJ 5101 and 2293 hang out with a pair of carfloat reach cars awaiting the mornings first carfloat from New Jersey.
The nations last true carfloat operation, NYNJ Rail running the 2nd float of the day, half loaded back to Greenville.
New York New Jersey SW1500 1133 spends the weekend at the Port Jersey Yard in Jersey City, N.J.
Freight cars begin to get offloaded from the barge and into Greenville Yard. There is a method to unloading; one string at a time, taking four cars off one of the side tracks first, before taking... (more)
Two thirds of the way between 65th Street Yard in Brooklyn and Greenville Yard, a stiff wind blows the American Flag towards the Cross Harbor Rail Barge.
We are doing 8 knots, as Thomas J. Brown & Sons tugboat John P. Brown tows the Cross Harbor rail barge on the hip through New York Harbor from the 65th Street Yard float bridge to the now-demolish... (more)
Tug and carfloat arriving at Greenville yard in jersey City New Jersey. Last active float operation in NYC.
An ex-Southern Pacific SW7 now on the New York New Jersey Railroad sits in what was once the New York Cross Harbor's yard. An ex-Conrail/NS GMTX GP15-1 switches the Tropicanna plant in the backgr... (more)