The Warwick Turn
The daily Middletown & New Jersey local is seen making a run to Warwick with both Campbell Hall based units running push-pull. An added bonus to this already s... (more)
Second Time's a Charm
After a troubling first attempt to get this train out of New Jersey the day before, SU-99 has successfully made it onto the M&NJ Hudson Secondary. Seen he... (more)
Of Southern Pacific Heritage
The daily Middletown and New Jersey job from Campbell Hall is heading North in Warwick, NY with an ex-Southern Pacific B23-7 leading the way... (more)
We are just a few minutes into spring 2015, but it certainly doesn't look like it as SU99 cruises past Baird's Farm in Warwick as winter storm Ultima drops another 3 inches of snow on the area.
"Detoured Campbell Hall Freight"
With a surplus of cars destined for Campbell Hall sitting in the NYSW's yard in Ridgefield Park, the railroad saw fit to run an extra freight N... (more)
"Approaching Home Rails"
After meeting the M&NJ at Greycourt, SU-100 has nothing but open rails ahead of them as they enter the outskirts of Warwick. While most of the run on the... (more)
"Crossing Wawayanda Creek"
"Inaugural Run of M&NJ 773"
The 2014 edition of the Middletown and New Jersey Toys for Tots train is seen passing the Stone Bridge Station just outside the center of town in Wa... (more)
Middletown & New Jersey's CH1 job passes Stone Bridge Station in Warwick on its way to Warwick Yard on the Hudson Secondary. The old SP B30-7 in East Penn Railways paint and the New Jersey Transit... (more)
A pair of Susquehanna GP18s run around a passenger excursion consist in Warwick Yard. The former headquarters building of the Lehigh & Hudson River Railway can be seen in the distance. This part... (more)
More Berk memories...blowdown at Warwick.
With all the attention NKP 765 has been getting lately on these railpictures.net pages, a reminder that there is another Berk (or two) out there that'd make a fine twin running mate. Just sayin..
Not exactly 'Dress Blue', but Conrail nonetheless
Now it's Conrail, even though it looks like L&HR