The trains roll on even through the blizzard that dumped a foot of snow on the area. The previous train was only 30 minutes ahead of it and yet a sizable amount of snow collected on the tracks sin... (more)
A trio a Silverliners with ice still dangling from the weekend blizzard.
An ex. Reading Silverliner on its home territory, heading back into Philadelphia after its trip north to West Trenton. You can see the old tower that is now used as a crew quarters for the yard.
Slowly crawling through west trenton yard.
NS Train Leaving Manville Yard, most likely leaving to pick up local traffic
Coupling onto the rear of the train at Lahaska Station
The Fireman is looking for the signal from the conductor to move his train down the line.
The face of the Iron Horse
#40 is being fueled and cared for in the yard before making it's next run
The AEM-7 leans into the curve at New Brunswick Station, passing the passengers waiting for the next NJT train to Trenton
Even after the great factories of Bethlehem were shut down, their products still serve proudly thoughout the country, including this rail in New Brunswick, on the NEC
The ALP-44 (otherwise known as a "toaster") approaches New Brunswick to pick up passengers headed south.
A boy looks over this mighty giant from another time. Illinois Central #790 (2-8-0) waits its turn to be seen by the young wanderer.
Now nothing but a stationary display, these units used to be B&A but were repainted by their historical societys. I'm surprised they have not gotten a parking ticket yet.