Using a pair of CSX road engines, the South Philly to Camden freight transfer heads to Camden Yard, seen here coming by CP Hatch and the Delair Branch.
Consolidating the caption, it's all about Big Blue. In an extreme of fortunate timing, Norfolk Southern Corp/Conrail Shared Assets (CSAO) 38G was running a little earlier than usual on the late af... (more)
The loaded steel slab train NS 60N leaves South Jersey for Philadelphia, across the Delair Bridge.
A Conrail inspection train takes officials over the route that would ultimately become New Jersey Transit's RiverLine. This northbound train is at the junction where the line splits, with the trac... (more)
Heritage unit Norfolk Southern leading thru Pennsauken, NJ on its way to Westville, NJ. The sun was setting just at the right angle when it came in.
NS 64W approaches Cove Rd on its way to Sunoco in Westville.
NS 39G assembles its train in Pavonia Yard with a UP leader as a specially wrapped NJT RiverLine DMU speeds away towards Camden.
NS train 39G sits at idle at Cove Rd. with a C40-9W and ex-CR C40-8W on a cool spring morning.
CSX South Philly to Pavonia Yard local C759 traverses the Shared Assets Delair Branch with AC44CW 249 and a SD70ACe for power. Once this train clears, NS 39G will get the go ahead to leave.
CSX local C759 comes into New Jersey on the Shared Assets Delair Branch. The local, which started at South Philly Yard and terminates at Pavonia Yard is powered by SD60 8708 and ES44DC 5321.
One of the handfull of days it did not rain during the month of June sees NS 39G on the Shared Assets Delair Branch with a 8-40CW leading a pair of ES40DCs.
One of the handfull of days it did not rain during the month of June sees NS 39G pulling out of Pavonia Yard as it approaches the Riverline Light Rail 36th Street station.
A Pavonia Yard hump set, consisting of CSX SD40-2 8817 and NS high hood GP38-2 5222, pauses a moment as the engines will switch tracks so it can then work on another cut of cars.
Conrail Pavonia Yard job CA48 currently assembles what will become NS 39G. Behind the two D9-40CW units is CEFX AC44CW 1015.
Brand new locomotives entering the main yard in South New Jersey