After Amtrak’s formation in 1971, South Amboy, New Jersey became the base for Penn Central’s largest concentration of E-units. Here a bunch of them spend the weekend at the engine terminal just a ... (more)
E8s and P70s - both nearing the end of long lives.
Penn Central E8A #4253 pulls past the manual crossing gates that protected Augusta Street. Because 3300 trains changed from E-units to GG1s (or reverse) here, the watchman had to bring these gates... (more)
After crossing the Manasquan River drawbridge this Bay Head bound train is about to cross another small bridge in Point Pleasant. In 1987 this was one of two trains that had E-8 power on rush hour... (more)