Despite the warm glow of the afternoon sun, it's still quite cold as CSX 4405 (GP40-2) running as CSAO SA2 shoves across one of the few remaining manually operated swing... (more)
A train of high-sided gondolas on the Sayreville Running Track - west of the South River - is a rare find. Here a large load of railroad ties are being dropped off for a major railroad tie replac... (more)
CSX 2803 is hauling a pair of covered hoppers to the Mauser Corporation in the Highview Industrial Park.
Travelling west on the Sayreville Runner SA2 is crossing Whitehead Avenue, which is just west of the South River Drawbridge. SA2 is hauling a pair of hoppers filled with plastic pellets to the Ma... (more)
What are these guys doing? They are closing one of only a few manually hand-cranked swing bridges still in operation in America, the South River Drawbridge. Built in 1910 and formerly part of th... (more)
Having just picked up two boxcars at an industry east of the river, SA-02 crosses the South River en route to East Brunswick and Milltown.
It's another dreary day in central NJ as SA-2 notches it up across the South River bridge on the Sayreville Running Track.
A CSX GP38-2 crosses the South River as it shoves back to Browns Yard. The car on the end of the train is a shoving platform, used for reverse moves where the locomotive can not run around the tr... (more)
Conrail Shared Assets Operations job SA02 rounding the bend in South River enroute to Silver Line.
A local freight shoving back to Browns Yard is about to cross the South River Moveable Bridge on the former Raritan River Railroad's main line.
NS 5277, still in its Conrail paint, shoves three covered hoppers back to Browns Yard in Sayreville. This train is a twice weekly run that travels to the end of the old Raritan River Railroad Main... (more)
The Wrath of Conrail, Part Deux
Abandoned by Conrail shortly after the Raritan River Railroad acquisition in the early 1980's, these tracks lie deep in the woods along the Sout... (more)
Conrail SA2 returning to Browns Yard. CSXT 4409 was originally built for Conrail as CR CR 3299.
Conrail SA2 passing locals from South River on its return trip to Browns Yard. The leader is ex-CR 3322. NS 3026 (GP40-2; ex-CR 3324) is the second unit.
Conrail SA2 on the old Raritan River Railroad Line shoving back to Browns Yard.