NJT 8431 (westbound Gladstone MidTOWN Direct on a COVID-19 schedule) enters Basking Ridge Train Station with a dual-purpose locomotive in the lead. NJT 6054 (Comet V Cab Car) is on the rear.
Eastbound Gladstone Branch train 428 arrives at Basking Ridge on a warm Fall afternoon.
It's no ordinary Saturday at Basking Ridge along the Gladstone Branch. The Steeplechase at Far Hills means extra trains are operating to handle the crowds. Shown here is ALP-46A #4630 shoving extr... (more)
NJ Transit ALP-46A No. 4649 leads M&E train 6431 through Basking Ridge, NJ on its way to Gladstone.
Eastbound train pauses at the classic former DL&W depot in Basking Ridge.
A three car set of Arrow III Multiple Units passes through the countryside on the Gladstone Branch. Notice the antique wooden poles supporting the catenary above the train. These are gradually b... (more)
Arguably NJ Transit's most scenic rail line, the single track Gladstone Branch travels through some quaint and isolated areas of Somerset County. Here, a three car set of Arrow III Multiple Units... (more)
A lone passenger waits to board a westbound to Gladstone. The door on cab car 6051 originally had number decals but now its number is in stencil since about 2005.
Westbound MidTOWN Direct to Gladstone arriving at Baksing Ridge.
A four car MU train from Hoboken arrives in Basking Ridge during the evening rush.
Still there, after all of these years is the old signal at Basking Ridge Train Station.
Passing the cemetary eastbound.