Navesink River Bridge - An eastbound train splits the signals that guard the Navesink River Bridge. These are tri-light (or triangular color light) signals, which are typical on trackag... (more)
A weekend local from Newark to Long Branch parallels Maple Avenue while en route to its next stop in Little Silver.
An NJT Veterans Unit crosses the Navesink River Bridge. A portion of the recently built West Front St. bridge is on the left.
A good-sized freight train led by CSX 4452 and NS 5628 is enroute to Woodhaven Lumber in Lakewood. The train is crossing the Navesink River into Red Bank where it will depart from the NJCL and en... (more)
Freight Across the Navesink
Weekly local freight SA-31 stretches across the Navesink River on its southbound journey to Lakewood.
The faint trace of a New York Central cigar band logo on the nose of otherwise unlettered Conrail E8 4324 marks it as one of the ex-NYC E-units that were renumbered and equipped with PRR-style cab... (more)
Splitting the Signals - An NJT Geep shoves the last Bay Head to Hoboken direct across the Navesink River.
Double-ended Train - In response to the Sep 2016 train crash at Hoboken Terminal NJT is in the process of installing positive train control (PTC) systems on their locomotives and cab cars... (more)
Crossing the Navesink - A bevy of birds are rafting in the Navesink as an east bound train to NYC passes over the bridge.
Navesink River Bridge - A long 17 car train heads into Red Bank where it will exit the NJCL and enter onto the Southern Secondary.
With nearly 50 years of service under its belt, GP40PH-2B is running strong as it shoves the last Hoboken-bound North Jersey Coast Line train of the day across the Navesink River after departing R... (more)
The first Hoboken to Bay Head train of the day crosses the Navesink River and approaches its next stop at Red Bank on Tuesday December 20, 2016.
Two Trains Crossing The Navesink - One train departs Red Bank for Middletown station, while another train approaches from Middletown.
The E-8's are entering Red Bank from New York City on the New Jersey Coast Line (NY&LB). I was a daily commuter 1969-1995 and sometimes shot photos of my trains on days off.
A Tranquil Morning Along the Navesink