In the 1960's, Reading FP7 902 leads a short commuter train. I don't have a location for my father's photo, but I think it might be on the CNJ. R.T. Steinbrenner Photo
The weekend before the final runs of the Lackawanna MU cars, an excursion travelling multiple branches was operated. Here it crosses the Passaic River in Millington, New Jersey as these cars have ... (more)
1930-era MU cars built for the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western spend the night at the end of the branch at Gladstone, New Jersey.
A trio of Penn Central E-units led by an ex-PRR E8 accelerate past Bank Tower in Red Bank, NJ, with an evening commuter run. Conrail was the operator of the train but it had yet to make much of a ... (more)
CNJ and PRSL Budds spending the weekend in AC.
A Jersey Central commuter train bound from Newark to Bay Head Junction on the New York & Long Branch approaches the stop at South Amboy, NJ, behind a GP40P. These locomotives were designed for bid... (more)
CNJ RDC 1561 passes CNJ 1561 at Cranford, NJ on Feb 2 1975.
54 year old Lackawanna MU's are on an NJT rush hour train approaching Convent Station, NJ. In one month the DC power distribution system would be retired along with all
of the heavyweight MU's. ... (more)
An NJDOT U34CH still with her original EL "bluebird" paint scheme departs from under the Hoboken trainshed a few weeks after the Conrail startup.
The pair of classic rivited ex-PRR MP54 MU cars assigned to Penn Central's Princeton shuttle await the mainline connection on the branchline track at Princeton Junction station.