A westbound Keystone train races towards Secaucus Junction station, crossing over a stopped Norfolk Southern intermodal train below. Secaucus Junction is an intermodal statio... (more)
F40 at Sunset.
An outbound Port Jervis Line train approaches Secaucus Junction station with one of Metro-North's F40 locomotives leading.
Veteran Power Zooming on Veterans Day: NJ Transit's last two remaining F40PH-2CAT's, #4120 and #4119, colloquially known as "the Twins" in the New Jersey railfan community, are s... (more)
F40 Sunset: NJ Transit's remaining F40PH-2CATs have rarely been put into revenue service in recent years, so the sight of two of them together is truly a treat, particularly with the Manha... (more)
Ol' Reliable: NJ Transit GP40PH-2 #4207 is running strong more than 50 years after it was built. Here it's seen shoving Bergen County Line Train 1874 into Secaucus Junction on July 8, 202... (more)
New York Icons: Two symbols associated with New York--the MTA logo and the Empire State Building--are seen in Secaucus Junction on the evening of June 14, 2014, as Metro-North Railroad's lo... (more)
Jersey Pride: NJ Transit GP40PH-2 #4109, painted in tribute to its original owner, the Central Railroad of New Jersey, passes departs Secaucus Junction Station with Port Jervis Line Train #... (more)
One of the NJT Veterans Units trails on an inbound Morris & Essex train departing Secaucus heading to New York in the late afternoon light.
A northbound Amtrak Regional approaches Secaucus Junction station on the last couple of miles on the mainland in New Jersey before the Hudson River Tunnels. The evening sunset provides a striking ... (more)
In sea of rails, wires, and signals, an inbound New Jersey Transit Morris & Essex service to New York slows for its station stop at Secaucus Junction. A glorious November sunset lights up the sky,... (more)
In the Shadow of Gotham: NJ Transit Bergen County Line Train 1877, en route to Waldwick, departs Secaucus Junction on Saturday, August 3, 2019. Visible in the background is the Eastern S... (more)
NJT 4105, a rebuilt CNJ GP40P, heads west out of Secaucus Jct station.
A new PL42AC heads west after picking up a number of transfer commuters from New York City.
Metro-North 4192 leads a solid set of Metro-North-lettered Comet V coaches out of Secaucus Junction.