Norfolk Southern's Dover local is shoving the Erie 426 on to Boonton where it will be working the URHS yard and receiving some updates.
You will never know what you will find in the United Railroad Historical Society's barn in Boonton. Here is a black beauty to warm the cockles of any railfan of a certain age. Wouldn't it be great... (more)
At the time of this photo, the least-used of the three railroad bridges spanning the Delaware River between Phillipsburg, NJ and Easton, PA was the former Jersey Central crossing. Here an SW9 brin... (more)
Pittsburg & Shawmut SW9s resting at Brookville, PA || June 1984
VRRC 104 awaits its next assignment, if there is one in Vandalia Illinois. This SW9 was built in April of 1950 as LN 2271.
There is lots to see in this view of a former Republic Steel blast furnace now operated by ArcelorMittal. On the left raw materials including iron ore and coke are delivered to the furnace while m... (more)
Heritage lives in Boonton! URHS's Erie SW9 436 and EL U34CH 3372 share space at the StarTrack restoration facility.
Former ATSF switcher, rebuilt as SSB1200, now works as in-plant switcher at an Agrium fertilizer production facility.
Just across the bay from Ocean City lies the small town of Beesley's Point, NJ. In the center of this bay town lies a coal operated power plant, which when needed, is rail served. The company uses... (more)
You'd better give right of way to this guy under all circumstances!
"Erie and Pennsy on the Lackawanna"
With H02 back in Boonton, the Erie SW9 is seen leading an eclectic mix of equipment in Boonton yard including the Pennsy baggage car which c... (more)
"Vintage EMD's Await Delivery"
NS H02 has dropped off the two locomotives for the URHS on the yard lead but continued East to work customers on the Totowa industrial.... (more)
"Erie Switcher on Point"
On June 11, 2015 two pieces of equipment belonging to the United Railroad Historical Society were transported by rail to the yard in a rather unusual f... (more)
With patrons aboard Big South Fork's 106 gets ready to depart for another scenic trip.
The P&S Brookville Turn crew is putting together their power for today's train