Imitation: The highest form of flattery. Today, April 1, 2020, we celebrate the 44th Anniversary of the beginning of operations of the Consolidated Rail Corporation, aka Conrail. Norfolk Southern... (more)
CSX 2725 and NS 1014 occupy the refuel facility at the Conrail Shared Assets Pavonia Yard.
The Last Hurrah? An original negative dated April 15, 1956 (63 years to the day of this submission), original photographer unknown, from my personal collection:
A Jersey-bound PATCO train rolls off the Ben Franklin Bridge into Camden, N.J., on its run from Center City Philadelphia to Lindenwold.
"Before and After" A duo of Norfolk southern locomotives lead a shared assets local job towards Camden, NJ. the special thing about this duo is the leader, NS 7303 is still a SD9043MAC a... (more)
A RiverLine train crosses the Cooper River adjacent to Conrail Shared Assets' Pavonia Yard in Camden, N.J.
Penn Central GG1’s 4850 and 4844, still carrying their PRR single-stripe scheme, wait for their next assignment at Pavonia Yard in Camden, New Jersey. Pavonia was the major yard of the Pennsylvan... (more)
A PATCO train is a mere light blur as it crosses the Delaware River from Philadelphia into Camden, New Jersey over the Ben Franklin Bridge.
Former CSX SD80MAC is now NS 7225 coming out of Camden, NJ on 39G with a new fresh coat of paint just put on 3/15/15.
An Illinois Central "Death Star" SD70 makes a rare visit to Southern New Jersey, and is seen here crossing over Newton Creek on its way to pick up empty oil tanks in Westville.
One of (Roundhouse Foreman) Mr. Cherry's engines wait under steam at CTE. Mr. Cherry was always welcoming to the photographer and his friend Bill Rosenberg, his kindness left an impression on the... (more)
Juniata Terminal Company SW1500 on lease to New Jersey
An assortment of low hood and high hood geeps along with a Conrail SL 3015 jet snow-blower rest near the Shared Assets Pavonia Yard engine house.
Reading Pacifics were serviced at Camden Terminal Enginehouse. Reading Class G2sa, built 1926.
More of [Roundhouse Foreman] Mr. Cherry's steam engines, in action at Camden Terminal Enginehouse.. PRR Class G5s.