CMSL's annual Santa Express nearing Tuckahoe, NJ on the Conrail Shared Assets Beeseley's Point Secondary with former Pennsylvania Railroad GP9 #7000 in the lead.
On a warm summer night, an old Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines position light signal attempts to protect the track at Cold Spring, NJ, but at least two of its bulbs have burned out. Neverthel... (more)
An antique fire truck sits in the Tuckahoe Station parking lot awaiting the arrival of the Cape May Seashore Lines Santa Train.
Powered by a Lehigh Valley impostor, the Cape May Seashore Lines pulls a NRHS, URHS, and VRA charter into Richland. This F7A was built for the Chicago Northwestern before serving for New Jersey T... (more)
The Cape May Seashore Lines Santa Train pulls into the Station at Tuckahoe the morning after a blizzard dumped anywhere from 8-26" of snow on New Jersey. This was the last day of the Cape May Sea... (more)
United Rail Historical Society's passenger car 329 "Pennsylvania" sits jacked up in Tuckahoe, NJ
Nature is taking back the Cape May Seashore Lines right of way and a siding where a pair of former Boston & Maine RDC1s have been sitting for a while in Cape May Court House, New Jersey.
A side shot of an ex-Chicago & Northwestern F7 owned by the URHS in Lehigh Valley paint at the Cape May Seashore Lines Yard in Tuckahoe, NJ.
On 01NOV03 the Cape May Seashore Lines held a night photo shoot with the Lehigh Valley painted ex-Chicago & Northwestern F7's.
Parked along the former Pennsylvania Reading Seashore Lines Cape May Branch, these RDCs have all been vandalized to the extreme.
M-410 thinks its a steam locomotive as it re-enacts the train joining proceedure which used to take place until 1983 under NJDoT and the PRSL here on the 100th Aniversary of Tuckahoe tower. M-410... (more)
The CMSL's normal power for excursions is this ex-Pensy GP-7 #7000, but on the 100th Aniversary of Tockahoe Tower the RDC"s will power themselves between Tockahoe and Richland.
The first time Budd RDC's have visited Richland under their own power in 23 years. The event was the 100th aniversary of Tuckahoe Tower.
RDCs and other CMSL equipment at rest, awaiting the resumption of summer time excursions.
Seashore Lines stored RDC's from up above