Two Trains Are Better Than One A commuter train pushes north out of Red Bank across the Navesink River Bridge, while another ALP46 led train approaches from Middletown.
A midday local passing through the signals that guard the Navesink River Bridge.
A southbound rush hour NJT train arrives at the classic old New York & Long Branch station in Red Bank. I first watched passenger trains here in 1971, when they were operated by PC and CNJ. Today,... (more)
NJCL railroad bridge over the Navesink River.
NJT 4618 cruises past the Red Bank Marina as a Long Branch bound train from NYP crosses the Navesink River.
SA31 making its way across New Jersey Transit's Navesink River Bridge into Red Bank, NJ.
The daily northbound sand train from the Southern Division on the New York & Long Branch
Should I stay or should I go? PRR 5473 makes traffic wait at Bridge Ave. Ansco Color original.
A commuter train departs Red Bank. The engine is crossing a diamond of the CNJ line to southern NJ. Ansco Color original.
PRR #1453 makes a stop. Ansco Color ASA 10 original.
PRR #3807 was a favorite of the fans at the time. Mr. William Rosenberg is at the extreme left.
The North Jersey Chapter NRHS sponsored a steam special to Bay Head Junction with the last operating Camelback, #774, on Sunday, July 11, 1954. John took photos of the trip and they have all bee... (more)
NJT ALP44 4420 eases over the Navesink River, slowing for the upcoming station stop in Red Bank. Note the signs in the water marking the navigable channel for boats.
Three Santa trains, one day... NJT 4211 leads the 12-car North Jersey Coast Line Santa train across the Navesink River into Red Bank. The train, sponsored by the Middletown Recreation Dept.... (more)
Blue sky above, blue water below, blue on the bridge. NS 5277, which still wears its Conrail Quality paint scheme, eases across the Navesink River into downtown Red Bank with two loaded cen... (more)