A morning direct train out of Bay Head pushes across Port au Peck Ave. and past Monmouth Park Station. Trains stop here only on racing days during the thoroughbred racing season.
Originally built as a GP40 for Penn Central, NJ Transit 4209 arrives at Denville, on the Morris and Essex Line.
A westbound shuttle goes over the Neptune Yard switch and into the Bradley Beach station while a young woman watches from her apartment balcony.
NJ Transit 4210 pauses at the Dover station to load passengers.
An NJT Local on it's way to Philly passes the A187 signal which guards the FISH passing Siding a mile away from here.
It has been over a year since Hurricane Sandy struck this region and still there are only four direct trains from Bay Head to Hoboken. Will the 5th train ever resume? Here, NJT 4150 is shoving t... (more)
"Cruising Off the Montclair Boonton Line"
Originally built as Penn Central 3182 in 1968 this geep still looks and runs good (minus some need for paint under the cab).
An unscheduled Sunday afternoon train heads for Bay Head to replenish the rail yard for the Monday morning commute.
Destined for Long Branch, NJT 4209 pushes past the site of the former Brielle Station as it crosses Fisk Ave.
Its a calm morning on the Hackensack river creating a reflection of NJ Transit 4207 crossing HX Draw.
A Long Branch to Bay Head bound train crosses over the Manasquan River.
A direct train from Bay Head to Hoboken pushes across Matawan Creek. The old pilings of the former NY&LB Matawan Creek trestle reside in the foreground.
We are back to 4 direct diesel-powered trains from Bay Head to Hoboken each weekday; three in the morning and one in the afternoon. This is the 2nd of the day pushing across the Cheesequake Marsh... (more)
NJ Transit 4205 with the "newer" paint scheme crossing the Hackensack River at HX Draw.