Yard goat and wooden caboose are spotted on a siding at JU Tower.
Already an antique, this wooden car sat in CNJ's yard some 55+ years ago. John reports this is a Western Union (supply) car. "Just sitting there."
A CNJ engine crew waits for the next move.
In this Ansco-Color film view, CNJ camelbacks 769 and sister 759 wait to take their commuters home. The new Garden State Parkway is seen overhead, built at great expense to span the RR yard. In ... (more)
On a bitterly cold early spring day Strasburg 90 (newly acquired from the Great Western) and High Iron Company 127 (ex-CPR 1278, later of Gettysburg Railroad boiler explosion infamy...thanks for c... (more)
The "Blue Comet" lives in 1975!
This camelback B3b 0-6-0 worked the 8-mile CNJ Newark Branch , near the Ironbound section and the docks, was retired in 1953.
Ansco color, color corrected in P/S