Trains sit parked in Gladstone Yard for the weekend. All of New Jersey Transit's ALP44 locomotives were retired by 2012.
Glad in Gladstone. On the night of Tuesday, February 16, 2021, NJ TRANSIT Train 447 arrived at the station with NJTR 4120 (F40PH-2CAT) leading. This unit and sister 4119 have been making th... (more)
The first sunrise of the new year illuminates Jersey Arrows at the Gladstone, N.J. yard.
The incandescent light of a red signal glows on cars from “Thomas Edison’s Railroad” in their waning days, spending the night at the end of the branch at Gladstone, New Jersey.
1930-era MU cars built for the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western spend the night at the end of the branch at Gladstone, New Jersey.
EL Heritage at Historic Gladstone Station: NJ Transit's Erie Lackawanna Heritage ALP-45DP sits at the former EL/DL&W station in Gladstone between runs to/from Hoboken along the Gladstone B... (more)
NJ Transit Hoboken bound train 428 will soon depart the Gladstone station. Special Erie Lackawanna tribute ALP45DP 4519 is pushing from the rear.
On the Station Track: For many years, NJT 6431 upon arriving in Gladstone, would not take the station track. Rather, it would take Yard Track 2 North (pictured at the far left) and let pass... (more)
With more than fifty years of service behind them, these former Lackawanna heavyweight MUs now employed by New Jersey Transit deserved a day of rest. They were spending the weekend laying over at ... (more)
NJT 1391 and company are parked for the weekend on the freight house track in Gladstone. The structure behind is the original Lackawanna Railroad freight house.
A Jersey Arrow train set is parked at the Gladstone station, waiting for departure to Summit. NJ Transit has plans to replace the 40 Arrows with mulilevel EMU equipment
NJ Transit Arrow III emus are lined up in front of the Gladstone station.
NJ Transit ALP-46A No. 4656, Multilevel Cab Car No. 7024, and Arrow III No. 1380 are seen here spending the weekend at the Gladstone Yard at Gladstone, NJ. Substitute bus service replace Gladstone... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph