Bennett Levins' beautifully restored E8's lead the Railway Age Sesquicentennial Special from Hoboken to Bay Head, NJ.
After heading to Hoboken to try to catch NJT's new PL42ACs in service, we were more than 'rewarded' by seeing 8 out of 33(2 in this shot). I just love the DL&W at the end of the platforms. And of ... (more)
NJT 4002, NJT's training engine, sits at the Hoboken Terminal. Note the biege window shades in the cab windows. The American flag on the side is especially fitting on this day, Memorial Day.
With some buildings of New York City in the background NJT light rail #2005A sits at the Hoboken Terminal station.
Changing of the guard. One NJT's newest locomotives PL42AC #4028 leads a train out of the ex-DL&W Hoboken Terminal past soon to be retired GP40FH-2 #4136. Note the 'DL&W' surviving on the terminal... (more)
An outcast in an NJT stronghold, MN 4194 sits on Track 1. MN has 11 engines that rotate pulling trains from Hoboken to Suffern, NY and Port Jervis, NY.
Almost 100 years seperate the building from the power exiting it. The 4026, with a build date of 2005, emerges from underneath the trainshed at Hoboken Terminal, built by the DL&W in 1907. Note an... (more)
A rare view of the rear of a PL42AC. Note both the markers and ditch lights on the back.
Two Arrow III sets lay over for the weekend in the MU yard.
Jerset Transit 4106 gets prepped for service. Photo taken with permission.
Passing then-new Terminal Tower.
Neat as a pin.
NJT-1 and PV "Independence" at Hoboken Festival. Single fans take note-many of these PV's are female-owned!