"The Patch heard 'round the World"
The most controversial piece of railroad equipment to roam the rails is PRLX SD70ACe 4834, now wearing C&O lettering. This unit has c... (more)
"Reminders of the Past"
After 146 years of serving the United States as "The Greatest Show on Earth", the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus has clo... (more)
"The Final Stretch"
A long trip from West Virginia to Uniondale, NY is about to come to an end as the Ringling Brothers blue unit heads eastbound on LIRR for the very l... (more)
After waiting for a trackmobile to shuffle around some cars, the PN-13 shoves back against the outbound loaded trash cars from the New Jersey Rail Carri... (more)
"A Ride up High"
The H08 heads eastbound over Moodna Viaduct, one of the many notable scenes along the Southern Tier. The Moodna Viaduct is the tallest trestle east of ... (more)
"Not your Normal Scene"
The Y122/W985 shoves in three high and wide loads into the Colorite Lead in Ridgefield. The generators are destined for the PSE&G Substation in ... (more)
"Back to Back"
Both NYSW SD33ECOs power a small stone train westbound on the Southern Tier.
The Hoboken protect in the form of GP40PH-2 4109 tows back some dead equipment from Woodbine Yard en-route to Hoboken. Interestingly enough, the 4109 is ... (more)
A former Conrail C39-8 rests in the back of the the New Hope & Ivyland shops awaiting to be repaired so it can once again return to service.
The daylight Aqua Train crew pilots the newly constructed sprayer car along with two new tank car through the Kingsland curves with rebuilt GP40PH-2B 4205... (more)
"Early Morning Snapper"
A shuttle train to Long Branch notches out of Belmar en route to Long Branch.
"Pulling the Empties"
The H81 crew has just pulled empty hoppers out of Beta Plastics and begins to run west down Seamans Lead for the return to Croxton Yard.
"An Uncommon Face"
Usually seen with 5600 series GP38-2s, the Friday edition of H81 was seen with a rare high hood GP38-2. The 5253 is usually held captive in yard remo... (more)
Sitting dormant is the face of passenger railroading in New Jersey from the 1970s-1990s, the U34CH. The U34CH was capable of running both freight and passenger tr... (more)
"Slip n' Slide"
One of the many Whippany Easter Bunny Trains descends the small hill in East Hanover heading while heading back west to Morristown.