Screamers Still Screaming. NJTR F40PH-2CATs 4119 and 4120 were just 2 tracks apart and set to depart Lackawanna's Hoboken Terminal in Hoboken, New Jersey on the afternoon of Friday, April 3... (more)
West of Hudson
Metro-North 4903 leads a Port Jervis Line train out of Hoboken Terminal, the terminus for all of Metro-North's west of Hudson services.
Ain't Dead Yet
NJ Transit 4119, one of two F40s returned to revenue service in 2020, is seen on point of a Pascack Valley Line train bound for Spring Valley. NJ Transit has ordered, and ... (more)
NJ Transit 4214 pulls its train out from under the shed at Hoboken Terminal, beginning its trip west.
Back To Back From Up Top. NJ Transit EMD F40PH-2CATs 4119 and 4120 have been catching the interest of area railfans by making revenue runs this week. On Wednesday, November 11, 2020, they ... (more)
On a damp afternoon, Erie Lackawanna RS3 931 pokes its nose out of the Hoboken trainshed as it awaits its rush hour run to the suburbs.
The Pennsylvania Railroad (and by extension, Long Island Railroad), New York Central and New Haven were the only railroads with the wherewithal to come directly onto Manhattan Island. The other ra... (more)
Here's a shot of Hoboken Terminal's East side. The Formers Lackawanna Terminal's ferry slips now house NY Waterway Ferry service, while the train shed see's hundreds of departures and arrivals a d... (more)
An old horse of New Jersey Transit's fleet of diesel units readies for the long journey to Suffern and Port Jervis under the train shed at Hoboken Terminal. The afternoon light slightly brightens ... (more)
The Friendly Service Route. NJ Transit 4519 (ALP45DP) made its return to revenue service on Train 871 on Wednesday, January 15, 2020. As part of NJT’s 40th Anniversary, it was one of three ... (more)
An New Jersey Transit dual-mode engine waits patiently to depart Hoboken Terminal to points west. The former Lackawanna Terminal is bathed in afternoon sunlight on this sunny but cold November aft... (more)
Misty Morning in Hoboken: The Tri-State Railway Historical Society's 2019 Santa Train sits on Track 17 at Hoboken Terminal minutes before sunrise as rain falls. Minutes later, the train w... (more)
A pair of Erie Lackawanna/NJDOT U34CHs and their trains await the evening rush hour at Hoboken Terminal. The big U-boats handled all diesel trains out of Hoboken at the time.
A set of ageless Erie Lackawanna MUs pose beneath the trainshed of Hoboken Terminal, a regular sight for more than fifty years that is now becoming a long-ago memory.
"Hoboken Movie Shoot"