NJ Transit 4214 pulls its train out from under the shed at Hoboken Terminal, beginning its trip west.
This massive steel structure was built by the Pennsylvania Railroad back in 1895-1896 and was the first bridge of any kind between New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The bridge was original built as a t... (more)
The class unit of NJ Transit's 4200-series Altoona GP40 rebuilds leads Raritan Valley Line train 5902 through Hillside on a beautiful Spring morning. The cab car for this set is sitting in the Rar... (more)
With the shortage of available working cab cars NJT has placed a handful of locomotives on the east end of many consists. RVL train 5733 has been one of those trains for just about over a month no... (more)
One of only two GP40PH-2Bs on NJ Transit leads a westbound train on the Main Line to Waldwick on a beautiful Spring afternoon.
Unassigned equipment in NJ Transit's Dover Yard.
NJT 4210 shoves train 660 past Tabor Lake on NJ Transit's Morristown Line.
A westbound train to Mount Olive passes through Convent Station, NJ on a beautiful late September evening. The next stop for this train will be Morristown.
One of only two GP40PH-2B locomotives on NJ Transit to wear the new "Speed-Stripe" scheme leads a westbound train on the Main Line over the Passaic River by way of the Delaware Lackawann... (more)
NJ Transit GP40PH-2B No. 4203 leads Montclair-Boonton Line train 1003 into Mountain Lakes, NJ. The locomotive was built back in November, 1968 for the Penn Central Railroad as GP40 No. 3222. It wa... (more)
The nose of NJT 4208 glows in the golden hour light as it approaches Denville station with train 1003 in tow. NJT 4217 is at the other end of the consist to substitute for a cab car.
An eastbound North Jersey Coast Line local crosses the Raritan River Drawbridge over the cold waters of Raritan Bay. This bridge suffered severe damage during "Superstorm Sandy" and is e... (more)
A westbound Hoboken to Dover local crosses the Peckman River Bridge at Cedar Grove, NJ on NJ Transit's Montclair-Boonton Line after a morning winter storm blanketed the area with snow.
Built by the Delaware Lackawanna & Western Railroad back in March of 1959, Upper Hack is a single-track lift bridge that carries NJ Transit's Main Line over the Hackensack River at Secaucus, NJ. T... (more)
Yet another book-ended set passes BJ Tower at Rutherford, NJ. This time, NJTR 4204 brings up the rear of train 1149 on a chilly November morning.