NJ Transit ALP-46A No. 4656, Multilevel Cab Car No. 7024, and Arrow III No. 1380 are seen here spending the weekend at the Gladstone Yard at Gladstone, NJ. Substitute bus service replace Gladstone... (more)
This clean SW1200 was working Gladstone Yard in the Fall of 1985. Most Soo SW's came without MU hook-ups so they ended up being hauled from yard to yard behind the road power on freights. No doubt... (more)
A small group of ex N&W SD35's that had been traded to EMD on new power was sent to the Soo Line's Shoreham Shop to be put back into running condition for lease service. The Soo used these units q... (more)
Eastbound Gladstone Shuttle to Summit clearing Gladstone Yard Limits.
NJ Transit's Track Geometry Inspection Vehicle, a.k.a. "TGIV", passes through Gladstone Yard at the end of the Gladstone Branch. After laying over in the yard for about twenty minutes, the unit i... (more)
Two MidTOWN Direct trains resting in Gladstone Yard after a heavy rain storm. Meanwhile, a westbound Arrow III train from Hoboken passes by to let passengers off at the station.
A three car train of Arrow III MUs completes its journey from Hoboken to Gladstone as it rolls through Gladstone Yard.
Various New Jersey Transit trainsets rest overnight at NJT's Gladstone Yard, at the terminus of the Glastone Branch. Canon EOS 20D, Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 EX DC APO HSM Macro
A three car Hoboken bound train leaves Gladstone Station shortly after sunrise.
With the catenary out of service on the Gladstone Branch for maintenance purposes, a diesel set was stored at Gladstone Yard while work was taking place. Comet IB Cab 5164 rests for the day while... (more)
A three car train rides through the yard at the end of the Gladstone Branch on the M&E.
Gladstone Yard fills up during rush hour. Of its more notable visitors is Arrow III EMU 1368 at photo right: this is the car that derailed on the infamous 2003 NEC train derailment at Secaucus.
GTW remote control equipped GP-38 in the former Soo Line (now CN) yard at Gladstone, Michigan.