A typical lineup at Hoboken Terminal in advance of the evening rush hour.
The evening before starting their 4-state journey, Bennett Levin's PRR E8s sit patiently in Hoboken Terminal. Visible in the background is part of New York City's skyline including the Freedom Tow... (more)
Hoboken Terminal is still a very busy place during the evening rush hour. Here train 267 with service to Montclair State University on the Montclair-Boonton Line departs while five other trains a... (more)
NJT 1004 meets NJT 2004:
An NJT MP20B-3 switcher rests between Hoboken Terminal and the adjacent Hudson-Bergen Light Rail station. The Empire State Building is mostly obscured by the t... (more)
After not personally seeing a GP40FH-2 in service for quite some time, I've now photographed NJT 4138 twice in as many weeks: Link to ... (more)
The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western railroad's elegant Hoboken New Jersey terminal was opened in 1907. It was designed in the contemporaneously popular Beaux-Arts style by architect Kenneth M. Murc... (more)
Built in 1907, Hoboken terminal was the entry way to NYC for the Lackawanna Railroad for many years. The windows looking down on the beautiful waiting room contain Tiffany Stained Glass Tiles. Th... (more)
Ross Rowland puts on quite a show as he brings 614 out of Hoboken with a long train of fans. I believe that this was the first time steam has run out of here since the days of the steam powered Ph... (more)
A rainbow appears over Hoboken Terminal as the evening rush hour continues. The rebuilt Lackawanna clock tower looks sharp.
Thunderstorms have darkened the skies over Manhattan but it is still sunny on the west side of the Hudson River where only a little rain will fall on this typical late spring afternoon.
Afternoon Rush Hour in Hoboken: The departing Carnival Glory looms as large as some of the buildings in lower Manhattan while passing sets of utilitarian (a fancy word for worn out) Arrow I... (more)
The clock tower at Hoboken Terminal watches over a Bayonne bound LRT. The clocktower was built in 2008 as a reproduction of the original, which was torn down in the 1950s after being damaged in a ... (more)
Lackawanna E8 A-A units arrive in Hoboken with train 2, POCONO EXPRESS.
Erie's newest Alco PA-1 sits in the joint facility at Hoboken. Erie had two newer units which were both PA-2s.
Four Lackawanna GP7s sit around the Hoboken turn table. One unit, 962, is a freight Geep and has dynamic brakes.