Eastbound Manville local MA-2 rolls eastbound long-hood forward through Piscataway with some coil cars to shuffle at South Plainfield Yard on the CSAO Lehigh Line.
A relatively clean GEVO leads a lengthy Q410 east on the Lehigh Line.
An H5J recrew brings a very long 24V east on the Lehigh Line, running on the "new" track 1. The trailing unit is FURX 7250, a former BN SD40-2.
ConRail SD40-2's# 6513/6470 power train ENSE-2X (Enola PA to Selkirk NY) along the frozen New Market Pond at Piscataway NJ seen from the Washington Avenue Bridge.
ConRail SD-40's# 6328/6347/6241 power the Tropicana orange juice train at Piscataway (New Market) NJ just West of New Brunswick Avenue.
ConRail GE C36-7# 6639 leads train PIOI-0 (Pittsburgh PA Conway Yard to Newark NJ Oak Island Yard) at Piscataway (New Market) NJ just West of New Brunswick Avenue.
18G encounters light snow in New Jersey and many trees still have not shed their leaves. When this train left Pittsburgh skies were clear and sunny: Railroad: Norfolk SouthernLocomotive: EMD SD70Location: Piscataway, New Jersey, USALocomotive #: NS 2509Train ID: NS 18GPhoto Date: December 02, 2007
Former Conrail C40-9W leads an eastbound train over the Lehigh Line. The track to the right is a newly installed second main, not yet in use, while the track to the left is an old siding.
A Conrail crew is bringing CSXT Q301-01 west on the Lehigh Line to Manville where it will be re-crewed by CSX for a trip down the Trenton Line.
An NS SD70 leans into a curve on the Lehigh Line as it hauls double stacks towards the ports of New Jersey.
A-B-A F-units lead an eastbound deadhead move of NS office car equipment from Altoona, PA to Croxton Yard for an upcoming intermodal customer special.
A former EL SD45-2 and two other standard cab units smoke it up as they accelerate past the ongoing project to double track the Lehigh Line. NS 1701 is ex-CR 6655, EL 3670.
Conrail C30-7A# 6556 leads train PYSE-3 (Potomac Yard VA to Selkirk NY) on a fine fall morning at Piscataway (New Market) NJ
NS 212 is making track speed (50mph) through Piscataway on a sunny morning. The orange fence and graded area to the right of the train are indicative of Conrail's project to add a second main tra... (more)
During the Guilford control of the D&H, the Oak Island NJ piggyback trains TV-90 & TV-91 often ran with B&M GP40-2s as seen here at Piscataway (New Market) NJ.