4142 provided the power for train 72 which was making a quick station stop at Otisville, NY. There doesn't appear to be anyone waiting on the platform on this day.
"CNJ Heritage Emerges from the Otisville Tunnel"
New Jersey Transit's Central Railroad of New Jersey Heritage GP40PH-2 #4109 leads Port Jervis Line train 79 out of the former Erie Railroad... (more)
"CNJ Heritage at the Otisville Tunnel"
New Jersey Transit's Central Railroad of New Jersey Heritage GP40PH-2 #4109 leads Port Jervis Line train 79 out of the former Erie Railroad Otisville... (more)
Metro North F40PH-3C operated by NJT pushing a Hoboken bound Port Jervis Line train through the signals at CP-OV pauses to discharge passengers at the small Otisville train station on a fall weekd... (more)
NJ Transit train number 55 approaches Otisville station. NYS&W SD60 3808 sits on the siding with a reportedly bad traction motor.
A Port Jervis-bound commuter train bursts out of the darkness of Otisville Tunnel and into a sea of fall foliage. The train will now descend down the mountain to the Delaware River at Port Jervis.
A Port Jervis-bound train emerges from Otisville Tunnel for the final drop down into the valley where New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania all come together.
The "Erie Side" usually came to life in the late afternoon, and this day was no exception. Four F-units and an RS-3 roll eastbound freight into Otisville Tunnel.
T#71 is west of Otisville headed for it's destination of Port Jervis.
T#76 has just exited Otisville Tunnel and is slowing for it's stop at Otisville. Pushing is NJ Transit GP40FH-2 #4142.
Susquehanna 142 and C&O 614 doublehead from Port Jervis to Campbell Hall, NY on a fall foliage excursion.