Erie Lackawanna Alco S-2, 1963.
A partially-repainted Alco switcher passing Todd Shipyards, Hoboken, New Jersey.
Two Metro-North F40s bracket the AAR's "Track Loading Train," as it lays over in the Days yard. Behind the 4912, is AAR 100, a car built for the California Zephyr.
A pair of classic U34CH locomotives await their next assignment outside the trainshed at Hoboken Terminal on a cold December day.
Sunset at Hoboken Terminal, New Jsersey.
Metro North GP40FH-2 4193 awaits departure from Hoboken with an outbound afternoon commuter train.
Metro North GP40FH-2 4905 (right) and New Jersey Transit PL42AC 4029 (left) await departure from Hoboken at sunset with outbound commuter trains.
EL's tug Elmira slips past the ferry John is riding revealing the mail and express tracks of the EL Hoboken Terminal. These boxes arrived on long distance passenger trains which were being elimin... (more)
Days before the end of ferry service by EL, the commuters from Hoboken to Manhattan via ferry started here on the New Jersey side of the river.
New Jersey Transit's Hoboken Terminal, just across the Hudson from Manhattan, is a busy place at rush hour. Awaiting the next load of commuters streaming out of New York City by ferry and subway... (more)
Overhead catenary wires liter the sky but this "dual mode" locomotive is operating on diesel power as it departs Hoboken with a short train.
An Iconic Oasis
Built in 1907, the DL&W Hoboken Terminal stands tall as one of New Jersey's premier historic landmarks. LACKAWANNA is spelled out vertically on the reconstructed 225 foo... (more)
An afternoon rush-hour commuter train departs Hoboken past a pile of track switches sitting off on the right. It looks they have been sitting here for some time.
With the afternoon rush hour approaching, MNCR 4903 pushes toward the Hoboken Terminal while the Arrow III EMU in the distance has just departed.