Happy Memorial Day to all. NJT 4428 is seen bringing southbound train #7229 closer to the Red Bank station as "Old Glory" looks on. After looking at the photo again I noticed there are two flags i... (more)
Short and Sweet. A NYC to Bay Head train of only three cars lead by NJT 4150 crosses the Navesink River Bridge in Red Bank, NJ.
Times sure have changed. NJT 4601 sits at the NJT Red Bank station as the old New York & Long Branch station sits off to the left.
ALP46 #4601 leads a NYC bound train out of the Red Bank Station. The construction seen to the right is for the new high platform and pick-up and drop-off 'terminal'.
Although the sky is not blue because of the reflection of the ocean, the Navesink River is a mirror of the sky (note the cloud reflection to the bottom right). NJT 4203 is seen on the rear of trai... (more)
The setting sun reflects very brightly off the lead car as it heads south toward Red Bank station and ultimately Long Branch.
Thanks to unseasonably warm temperatures, about a foot of snow that this area received on Sunday has all but disappeared from this scene as an ALP46 is reflected in the shallow waters of the Naves... (more)
NJT 4617 is at the end of this northbound train crossing over the Navesink River at Red Bank. Can you find the sea gull at the right side of the photo?
NJT 4602 leads a northbound train into Red Bank, seconds away from stopping at the station. The two tracks at the far left are the NJT North Jersey Coast Line, while the tracks in the foreground a... (more)
The birds in the water pay no attention as an NJT ALP46 shoves a 7-car train northward over the Navesink River.
Renumbered CNJ unit. Coaches are former Great Northern