A Steeplechase extra heads west through New Providence in-route to Far Hills. This train runs as an express from Summit to Stirling. From Stirling, it will make all local stops to Far Hills.
Here is a something you don't see every day. It is obvious to most railfans in northern New Jersey that a diesel powered set isn't your typical Gladstone Line equipment. However, thanks to the Far... (more)
The aftermath of Superstorm Sandy required diesel/dual mode use on the Gladstone Branch for several months. Here, one of NJ Transit's newer engines leads a westbound through Murray Hill Train Stat... (more)
It's the day after Blizzard Storm Stella whipped through New Jersey. Operations are getting back to normal on NJ Transit, although the railroad has implemented a Holiday schedule. NJT Summit to Gl... (more)
Winter Storm Olympia is settling over New Jersey with snow, as NJT Hoboken bound train 726 arrives in New Providence
Westbound train 421 approaches the four way grade crossing, where Livingston and Central Avenues intersect the Gladstone Branch.
An eastbound train to Hoboken shoves out of New Providence. Normally this run would be covered by an electric set but due to catenary work, PL42AC 4028 does the honors today.
Winter hasn't ended in New Jersey. It's the first day of Spring and it's snowing. NJT 426 is departing New Providence on time, with the next stop at Summit in a few minutes..
NJ Transit train 421 rounds one of several curves between the New Providence and Murray Hill stations. Many of the wood catenary poles remain on the Gladstone Branch.
Eastbound Gladstone Branch train 426 is just departing New Providence.
Westbound Gladstone Branch train 421 crosses the unique four way intersection in New Providence. Livingston and Central Avenues intersect, and the Gladstone Branch crosses both on a diagonal angle... (more)
On a cold and snowy day Gladstone to Hoboken train 426 accelerates out of New Providence.
Late running Hoboken to Gladstone train 421 arrives in New Providence on a snowy and cold afternoon. One passenger waits on the platform.
NJT train 718 arrives at New Providence. Next stop is Summit, where most passengers will transfer onto a MidTOWN Direct train for Penn Station New York.