Two Apart: Conrail's SA2 is serving Silverline Windows at the west end of the former Raritan River Railroad Line. CSXT 4419 is ex-CR 3322. The second unit, NS 3026 (GP40-2) is ex-CR 3324. W... (more)
Save the Station – The Raritan River Railroad Historical Society and Milltown Historical Society are teaming up to raise funds to move and preserve the only remaining station of the Rari... (more)
Lawrence Brook Trestle -
A maintenance worker rides on the back of a Harsco tie exchanger as it crosses west over the Lawrence Brook Trestle. This was the second to last day of a multi-... (more)
After serving Silverline Windows SA2 shoves a pair of empty hoppers east across Washington Avenue and past the old Milltown Freight Station of the former Raritan River Railroad (RRRR). Notice the... (more)
A Norfolk Southern GP38-2 shoves its train through Milltown on the former Raritan River Railroad main line.
One of Conrail Shared Assets Operations' more unique pieces of equipment is a switching platform. These units are used in reverse moves on local freights and don't offer much in the way of protect... (more)
An overpowered local freight consisting of two NS GP38-2s leads four covered hopper cars and a switching platform on the old Raritan River Railroad mainline through Milltown
"This Old Station." With this historic station rapidly decaying, plans are in the works for the town to restore it and move it from its current (original) location to elsewhere in the town.
Twice weekly local freight passes through Milltown on the old Raritan River Railroad mainline.
After all these years, this abandoned freight station still bears the name of its original owner, the Raritan River Railroad. This station sits along Conrail's Sayreville Running Track and sees a... (more)
Conrail SA2 drills Silverline Windows at the far west end of the former Raritan River Railroad Line located near Rutgers-Cook College.
SA2 shoving back to Browns Yard. The leader is ex-CR 3322. NS 3026 (GP40-2; ex-CR 3324) is the second unit.