Westbound train 4680 makes its way through thick forest in the NJ Pine Barrens with a former Penn Central GP40 leader. A few weeks after this shot was taken, NJ Transit would suspend all operation... (more)
Westbound train 4678 makes a stop at Hammonton Station on NJ Transit's AC Line. This line connects Atlantic City to Philadelphia. To comply with the federal governments PTC mandate, the line was s... (more)
The ALP-45DP class unit crosses NJ Route 50 as it leads a Philadelphia bound train through Hammonton on the Atlantic City Line. Usually assigned to north Jersey operations, the ALP-45DP's don't v... (more)
Streamliners at... Winslow??? Three cab units line up for a portrait during a railfan event on the Southern Railroad of New Jersey. In addition to SRNJ's own ex-Bessemer & Lake Erie F7 No. 727, th... (more)
SRNJ stone train has just departed Winslow Junction, and is travelling to Pleasantville, N.J. The train is operating over NJ Transit's Atlantic City Line.
4015 leaving Hammonton on the way to AC. Not to often you can catch an engine leading a train into Atlantic City on the NJT AC Line
Leaving Hammonton on the way to Atlantic City
Atlantic City bound train arriving in Hammonton with a former ACES unit on the tail end.
Standing on the embankment next to the small yard at Hammonton allows this perspective of Reading G3 Pacifics serving to augment the added trainsets for summer service trains from Philly to Atlant... (more)
Here's a tender-forward view of GS3 #215 which just yarded it's one-car train after a Saturday run. Summer season trains on the PRSL brought out the Pacifics for a last hurrah, it's only six year... (more)
A view from above the tender of the Reading steam engines shows the small yard, turnaround track, and the main in the distance. This is the commuter service from Hammonton to Camden. to Camden.
Reading engine #218 is another of the G3 Pacifics still holding down duty on PRSL runs at this date. The PRSL Baldwin AS-16 diesels are invading though, and the Pacific's service lives are nearin... (more)
Engine #215 simmers after yarding it's 1-car train into the Hammonton yard. In the PRR style on the pilot beam, EA stands for Eastern Region, and CTE means Camden Terminal Enginehouse.
Train has departed Hammonton for Philadelphia, PA