Arrow III's whistle through. This station is due to be rebuilt in the years ahead. The Arrows are slated for retirement.
Action at Elizabeth! An Arrow III makes a stop as another service passes by southbound. The iconic Arrow III's that ran next to GG1's are slated for retirement.
An Arrow set departs Hoboken Terminal for the Gladstone Branch. The Arrow III's are in their sunset years on NJT.
A married pair of Arrow III MUs wait in Bound Brook Yard for Conrail MA-2 to bring them to Kinkisharyo for PTC installations.
Westbound train 715 waits on the controlled siding at Far Hills for eastbound train 718 to pass. This is one of the many controlled sidings on the Gladstone Line.
Winter storm Niko dumped about a foot and a half of snow on the NJ Transit system. The results of the storm can be seen here as the Hogback Bridge carries NJ Transit Arrow III No. 1384 leading M&E... (more)
The morning sun casts its first rays of light on an eastbound Gladstone to Hoboken local as it slows for a stop at Far Hills.
NJT in Maryland, as otherwise idle equipment is put to good use by Amtrak as a "Holiday Extra." Note the newer TransTech pans, the orange 12K sticker on the front, and the adapter knuck... (more)
NJT in Maryland, as Amtrak leases otherwise idle equipment for its annual Sunday after Thanksgiving NEC rush.
NJ Transit Arrow III No. 1346 leading M&E train 423 departs Far Hills, NJ passing the original Lackawanna freight station.
NJ Transit Arrow III No. 1379 leads M&E train 424 into Far Hills, NJ.
NJ Transit Arrow III No. 1311 leads M&E train 420 into Far Hills, NJ.
On a beautiful Sunday morning, eastbound train 714 with Arrow III No. 1494 passes train 711 at the west end of the Far Hills siding at Far Hills, NJ.
Westbound Train # 429 slows for its station stop of South Orange, utilizing a five car Arrow III set. It is so hard to believe that the Arrow IIIs continue to soldier on but eventually, they are g... (more)
Super Elevated Arrow
A mid day Hoboken bound Arrow III set leans into the super elevated curve at Maplewood. Although the Arrows are quickly becoming extinct, they still serve thei... (more)