Proper Props. Metro-North Railroad GP40FH-2 (née CRIP 350, GP40) lead NJ Transit Train 53 (Hoboken, NJ to Port Jervis, NY) on April 30, 2021. Making his last trip before retirement, conduct... (more)
"Friendly Service in the Meadowlands"
Call Conrail? NJ TRANSIT's Lyndhurst Draw Bridge spanning the Passaic River is smartly adorned with a beautiful sign stating that with 5 hours notice the bridge will be opened on signal fro... (more)
One only two remaining F40s in NJT paint leads a Main Line local to Suffern across the Meadowlands. NJT's two F40s have been relegated to work train service for years to live out there days before... (more)
"East Out Liberty"
Port Jervis train #74 pulling into Kingsland station this morning with GP40PH-2 4109 leading east. The consist was turned to combat snow and ice following ... (more)
Welcome to LaGrange, New Jersey. Like a display of models on the EMD showroom floor in LaGrange, Illinois, Trains 1157 with NJ Transit 4119 (F40PH-2CAT), Norfolk Southern Railroad H55 with ... (more)
A Christmas Box. NJ Transit 4120 (EMDF40PH-2CAT) sits in front of 4101 (GP40PH-2) at Hillburn Yard in Hillburn, New York on the afternoon of Friday, December 25, 2020. Both engines have bee... (more)
"By the Tower"
After completing its run, train 1873 heads into Waldwick Yard by the restored WC Tower to change ends to become train 1822.
"Quiet Collins Curve"
Train 1873 snakes through Collins Curve in Waldwick, NJ with F40PH-2CAT 4120 leading.
"The Twins" take train 1206 eastbound over a foggy Passaic River in Lyndhurst, NJ.
"Holding Out at WC"
The two remaining active F40PH-2CATs on the NJ Transit roster hold at Waldwick station on train 1171 while express train 63 zips by on track one. more)
The "Boxes" Are Back, Again. New Jersey Transit Train 1171 had a classy couple of cowls leading to Suffern, New York on Monday, November 9, 2020. NJTR 4120 and 4119 (EMD F40PH-2CAT) have be... (more)
F40 Sunset: NJ Transit's remaining F40PH-2CATs have rarely been put into revenue service in recent years, so the sight of two of them together is truly a treat, particularly with the Manha... (more)
Rush hour is underway as 2 consecutively numbered NJ Transit GP40PH-2B's are coming and going. 4213 & 4214 with the 4213 in the Speed Stripe Scheme. Viewed from Paul Amico Way.
A westbound train to Suffern, NY makes its way out of Ho-Ho-Kus Train Station.