Erie Lackawanna Train no. 1, the westbound Phoebe Snow, is ready to depart Hoboken for Scranton, Binghamton, Elmira, Jamestown, Youngstown and points west for Chicago.
A New Jersey Transit train prepares to depart Hoboken, New Jersey, on December 29th, 2011. NJ Transit rosters a number of diesels not found elsewhere, and the lead diesel on this afternoon's trai... (more)
Erie Lackawanna E8 #827 (former Erie #827) catches the late afternoon sun at the Hoboken roundhouse. Ektachrome-X original.
Erie-Lackawanna ticket windows at Hoboken, New Jersey, in this 1981 scene. Photograph by John F. Bjorklundmore)
United Railway Historical Society's Lehigh Valley F7's #578 and #576 made an appearance at the Hoboken Terminal in May of 1995 followed by an exc... (more)
Rush hour at Hoboken Terminal! A zoom pan captured at 1/6th.
The hieroglyphics of a railroad civilization long since past.
Special thanks to Dennis Livesey and Frank Orona for the inspiration to look past the fallen to reveal... (more)
Well past rush hour, late evening patrons of both Metro-North and NJT wait in the lobby of Hoboken Terminal for their respective departures. Special thanks to Michael William Sullivan for inspirat... (more)
The facade of the historic Hoboken Terminal at dusk.
Hoboken's tower, built in 1982, supervises movements in and out of the yard at dusk.
The old tower can be seen in a photo Railroad: Erie LackawannaLocomotive: TowerLocation: Hoboken, New Jersey, USALocomotive #: N/ATrain ID: UnknownPhoto Date: April 23, 2012
Passengers await various arrivals and departures at Hoboken Terminal. Outside, 2012... Inside, 1907.
NJT #4102, a former CNJ GP40P (#3675) prepares for departure under the watchful eye of a restored clock tower.
Lined up for rush hour, NJT #4024 and Metro-North #4911 pose at Hoboken Terminal with both the Empire State Building and the restored Lackawanna Tower in the background. Click Railroad: Metro-North RailroadLocomotive: EMD F40PH-3CLocation: Hoboken, New Jersey, USALocomotive #: MNCR 4911Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: April 03, 2012
Soldier of Fortune: Metro-North #4904 rests at Hoboken - a long way from home. Built in 1966, rebuilt 2007; Ex-Union Pacific #629, exx-MoPac #629, nee-Rock Island #372.
The PL42AC locomotive was built by Alstom with GM-EMD 710 engines for New Jersey Transit. First manufactured in Valencia, Spain in 2003, later units were assembled in Hornell, New York. Based on... (more)