"SU99 at Port Jervis" New York Susquehanna and Western road train SU99 passes the former Erie station in Port Jervis, NY. The Friday evening commuter train traffic has eased, givi... (more)
"St. Paddys Express"
In an unimaginable move in the 1980’s, Susquehanna landed a stack train contract with Sea-Land Corporation. Although five C430’s were the carrier’s main road power, the addition of a CF7 was a lit... (more)
Departing Port Jervis
After running as CL-PX on the NYS&W an NS crew has assumed the controls of the Toys for Tots train and is now running as NS 041 as they begin their run to... (more)
Easing Through the PA Crossovers
An NYS&W extra crew has nearly concluded their run on the CNYK portion of the Southern Tier as they ease their train into the Metro North yard ... (more)
Adorning the Erie Turntable display in Port Jervis, this E8 is
former Conrail 4022.
EX Delaware & Hudson 4085 sits in Port Jervis in an Erie inspired paint scheme.
On a hazy summer evening, several GP7s showed up in Port Jervis still wearing the post-merger black and "light imitation gold" paint.
These former Erie units lacked dynamic brakes. Th... (more)
"The Port Jervis Carnival"
An eastbound Erie Lackawanna freight off the Delaware Division approaches the yard at Port Jervis, NY, behind an F7/F3B duo. Lead unit 6114 seems to have lost its nose logo somewhere along the way... (more)
Easing Through Port Jervis
A Norfolk Southern crew eases the Strates Carnival Train through an empty Port Jervis yard as they head for Sparrowbush. There, they will hand the tr... (more)
NJT 57 passing the original Port Jervis Train Station in sweet evening light.
NJT 55 approaching its final destination of Port Jervis ahead of schedule.
MNCW 4908 is doing trial runs in commuter service as it approaches its final stop of Port Jervis. NJT 4146 is the second unit helping out.
An SD45/SDP45 duo accelerates a westbound freight out of the Erie Lackawanna's Port Jervis, NY, yard on a fall morning. The EL's SDP45s were not built for passenger service, but made use of the lo... (more)