En route to Hoboken, this doubleheaded train heads north across the Manasquan Inlet at Point Pleasant Beach.
A couple of women gather their belongings as NJT 4218 slows for the stop at the Manasquan station. The original station was destroyed by fire in 1996. Note the lack of platforms.
A single blooming tree in the distance provides a bit of green as NJT 4201 glides northward over the Deal Lake causeway between Asbury Park and Interlaken early on a warm, spring Sunday.
Having just crossed over the Glimmer Glass Inlet, this shuttle train pushes north on its trip to Long Branch.
A Long Branch shuttle heading back to Bay Head Jct. crosses the Manasquan River as a boater prepares for a day out on the open sea on a beautiful spring morning.
NJT GP40PH-2 # 4214, and PL42AC # 4014 relax at Hoboken Terminal during the evening rush hour before heading to their final destinations. The 4214 is in charge of Train # 2309, bound for Shore Poi... (more)
Its work done for now, NJT 4219 and two ballast cars rest in Neptune Yard while sister GP40PH-2B 4218 slides past with a northbound shuttle to Long Branch.
Two ducks seem unimpressed by New Jersey Transit GP40PH-2B 4219 and two ballast cars, sitting on the Shark River drawbridge, waiting to dump ballast for the newly reconfigured Shark interlocking j... (more)
Completing its journey from Long Branch, GP40PH-2B no. 4212 leads a six car set of Comet III coaches into Bay Head Station.
Westbound train 5729 pauses in Cranford at 3:23 p.m. Vantage point of the photo is the new parking deck, southeast of the station.
The Dover to Montclair shuttle banks into the curve as it makes a station stop at Boonton Station on its journey eastbound.
A Hoboken to Bay Head local heads west through South Amboy.
Route 35 looms in the background as Bay Head bound train crosses the recently single-tracked Shark River Bridge in Belmar.