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, conductor JT began his career with the Erie Lackawanna 46 years prior in 1975. The restored former Erie Railroad WC Tower in Waldwick, NJ may been deactivated in 1986, but it has stood watch over these track since 1890 as generations of New York, Lake Erie & Western, Erie, Erie Lackawanna, Conrail, and New Jersey Transit crews have passed by on daily basis. Clear signals and enjoy your retirement JT!
Two rapid transit lines, PATCO and PATH, take commuters to Philadelphia and New York, respectively. Metro North locomotives and rolling stock often show up on NJ Transit northern lines and SEPTA terminates routes in Trenton and West Trenton.