Four Lackawanna GP7s sit around the Hoboken turn table. One unit, 962, is a freight Geep and has dynamic brakes.
Lackawanna passenger F3s 802-A and 803-A sit at Hoboken.
By late 1994 NJ Transit had retired all of their unique U34CH locomotives. But on a clear fall day in 1992 it is business as usual as 4162 heads west with a routine commuter run.
NJT GP40PH-2 # 4214, and PL42AC # 4014 relax at Hoboken Terminal during the evening rush hour before heading to their final destinations. The 4214 is in charge of Train # 2309, bound for Shore Poi... (more)
GP7 968 arrives at Hoboken with a Saturday passenger train.
A handsome Lackawanna TrainMaster sits at Hoboken on a beautiful Saturday morning.
With the Bush train shed roof and catenary framing her, DL&W 807 basks in the warm sunshine of a September morning at Hoboken Terminal.
M&E C430 number 16 pokes her head out of the running repairs shop building in Hoboken. It's a crisp January afternoon.
NJT PL42 # 4003 sits at Hoboken Terminal with a string of six Comet 1s. This will be Main Line Train # 1727 bound for Suffern. Get your shots now of the Comet 1s.
Whole lotta cab car going on!
4105 and F7A 420 (ex-CNW) are ready for another run out of Hoboken. 4105 (ex-CNJ 3676) is the only unit in this image still on the roster. It has since been rebuilt as GP40PH-2 4103.
Still looking like it came right out of the box, PL42AC 4007 rests at Hoboken Terminal on Memorial Day Weekend.
NJT's newest creature is a sharp contrast to the ornate trainshed at Hoboken Terminal.
F40PH-2CAT rests beneath the Bush trainshed at Hoboken Terminal. Notice the ornate DL&W insignia above the support pole, dating back from the Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western days at the termina... (more)