NJT westbound from Newark Penn Station to High Bridge races west in the fading light. NJT 7060 (MultiLevel Cab Car) is on the rear.
A westbound from Penn Station New York to High Bridge passes over the Raritan River. NJT 7024 (MultiLEVEL Cab Car) is on the rear.
A late morning eastbound from High Bridge to Penn Station New York arrives at White House Train Station. NJT 4511 (ALP45DP) is on the rear.
A westbound to High Bridge enters Lebanon Station with a then newly installed low-level platform. NJT 4124 is no longer in service for NJ Transit. Additionally, the historic passenger cars to the ... (more)
Today, 7/20/21, saw the NJT 4109 fulfill its role as a tribute locomotive in more than one way. Train 5441 to Raritan was the final run for veteran engineer Frank Strunk, who originally hired on ... (more)
Jethro’s Last Run: After 53 years of service, Frank “Jethro” Strunk, originally hired by the Central Railroad of New Jersey, makes his final run on NJT 5441 on July 20, 2021. Appropri... (more)
The Erie Lackawanna heritage unit leads High Bridge-bound train 5737 into Dunellen station. It took a few years after being wrapped, but 4519 unit finally made it into regular rotation on the Rar... (more)
NJ Transit Raritan Valley Line train 5127 arrives in Cranford behind Erie Lackawanna tribute locomotive 4519.
A Newark to Raritan rush-hour train heads west on Conrail Lehigh Line Track #1.
An NJT Raritan Valley Line train to Newark Penn Station passes a small string of tank cars at it runs along Conrail Shared Assets in Hillside.
NJT 5710 crawls east due to signal issues at Readington Road. NJT 4518 (ALP45DP) is on the rear.
NJT 5435 has just taken an "Approach" signal at Somerville and is rounding the bend for its final stop at Raritan.
Where's Geepo?: If you look closely, you might notice a Geep (GP40-2 NJT 4300) tagged on the end of this seemingly normal Raritan Valley Line consist.
A rush-hour express from Raritan makes its way east on Conrail Lehigh Line Track #2, passing through an industrial area on the border of Hillside and Newark. The freight cars to the right are at t... (more)