The Gray Ghost Rolls Out: At the start of the work day, a Black River & Western crew out of Three Bridges starts the work day with a classic GP10 as power. The locomotive formerly was New E... (more)
As the last glimmer of the evening sun sets ahead of them, H76 brings a hefty train through Three Bridges with a pair of GP38-2s.
A Norfolk Southern eastbound train at Three Bridges, NJ. Behind the leader are NS 3639 (ET44AC) and NS 9657 (C44-9W).
NS 23Z heads west on a crisp Sunday afternoon. Behind the leader is AC44C6M rebuild NS 4171 (rebuilt from C44-9W NS 8983 in June of 2018).
Broom in Hand: NS 62V charges east on the Norfolk Southern Lehigh Line with a broom affixed to the front of the leader; a handy tool for clearing snow. The leader was rebuilt from C44-9W NS... (more)
NS H76 interchanges with the Black River & Western in rustic Three Bridges, NJ. The engine was originally built for Conrail as CR 6384 before going to Norfolk Southern after the split of Conrail.
NS 22V passes by Three Bridges Train Station. The leader was rebuilt in June 2018 from NS 8963 (C44-9W). Behind the leader are NS 9732 (C44-9W) and NS 4207 (AC44C6M; rebuilt from C44-9W NS 8975 in... (more)
The Black River & Western freight local crosses the Raritan River as it approaches the Conrail interchange at Three Bridges, New Jersey. The truss bridge is known as the Old CNJ Bridge, and RS3 15... (more)
Old School Tier 4: NS 3625 with its old-school "Southern" style font on the front number boards leads NS 20E east on the Norfolk Southern Lehigh Line through Three Bridges. NS 8024 (ES44AC)... (more)
NS H76 passes through Three Bridges, NJ after working a few customers on the Lehigh Line. The train is headed back to Allentown Yard.
Black River & Western RS3 1554 works the interchange siding at Three Bridges, New Jersey. The highway bridge in the distance is U.S. Route 202, and to the right of the Alco, a telegraph pole marks... (more)
An eastbound Norfolk Southern train splits the searchlight signals on the former Lehigh Valley at Three Bridges, N.J. These signals are now gone.
Stored for 30 years in Ringoes at the Black River & Western, this relic is headed home to Boonton, NJ at the URHS
Allentown-based local H74 heads east on the Lehigh Line in Three Bridges, about to work the Black River and Western interchange. Take a good look at the nose on the GP59.