"Things Go Better with Coke"
Amtrak ACS-64 606 leads Regional train #157 westbound over Dock Bridge and into Penn Station on a milky Sunday afternoon. 606 is wrapped in... (more)
NJ Transit's Pennsylvania Railroad wrapped ALP46 shoves NJRail 3720 into the PRR-built Newark Penn Station. The massive DOCK drawbridge can also be seen in the background.
Amtrak Acela Express train 2164 approaches Newark Penn Station, running above the massive Gateways to Newark mural, that stretches 1.39 miles along McCarter Highway in the Brick City. Upon its com... (more)
With the droves of tired commuters looking to get home on this April Friday lining the platform, the 5:47 service to South Amboy slows to a stop on Track 4 at Newark Penn Station.
A southbound Regional bound for Norfolk and the Tidewater Region crosses the Passaic River drawbridge just outside of Newark Penn Station on a beautiful February afternoon
Raritan Valley train departing Newark Penn for New York City.
An NJ Transit westbound departs Newark Penn Station on 3 track. Since Raritan Valley Line trains typically depart from 5 track, this might have been a North Jersey Coast Line train destined for B... (more)
NJ Transit New York to South Amboy local 3509 pauses at Penn Station Newark. ALP46 4615 is pushing the train set. The open skylights at the station is allowing for snow to fall on the tracks, as c... (more)
Train # 663 does it's station work at Newark Penn Station. Because it's the last day of Thanksgiving weekend and one of the busiest travel days of the year, the consist is running with six cars.
ALP-45DP #4534 stands out among its sister units, with each side bearing a seal next to the cab door which commemorates its status as the 100th ALP unit built by Bombardier for NJ Transit and a de... (more)
Pennsy E8's Depart Penn Station
The station platform was packed with people minutes earlier, but now with the guests on board their train. Contrary to the countless Amtrak and ... (more)
"Right at Home"
Sleek head unit as this southbound makes a quick pass through Penn.
The 610 heads up what I believe is the Three Rivers.
The ill-fated Aerotrain leaves the station enroute to Pittsburgh, The train began running on the PRR in February, 1956 and continued for nine months.