The Return Of The Heavy Cab. On Saturday, July 15, 2023, NJ Transit Train 2114 presented at the Pearl River, New York station with NJTR GP40PH-2 4103 (ex-NJTR 4105, née-CNJ 3676, GP40P, EMD, 10/1968) on the east end of the train, the spot normally occupied by a cab control car. The station at Pearl River was opened on May 27, 1871 (present building approximately 1880) by the New Jersey and New York Railroad, a predecessor of the Erie Railroad. Today the MTA Metro-North Railroad owned 1,250 square foot station building is served by NJ Transit trains under agreement with the State Of New York and the MTA.
Photos of the Pascack Valley Line. This railroad was built as the New Jersey and New York RR, falling under the control of Erie, Erie Lackawanna, Conrail and NJDOT before present passenger operator New Jersey Transit and freight carrier Norfolk Southern.