NJT GP40PH-2B #4206 leads train 4355 over the Shark River, heading to Bay Head.
4209 leads a short three car train at the Highland Avenue Station.
Speed Stripes over Parkers Creek - Back in the day when it was a treat railfanning the NJCL.
Trestle over the Rockaway River
Train #1055 with 4219 at the point has just left the Boonton station stop proceeding west over one of four steel made Rockaway river trestles... (more)
NJ Transit train 1729 heads westbound for Suffern, New York.
NJ Transit's first Montclair-Boonton Line afternoon through train rounds a curve as it passes the URHS storage facility. The train is about ready to pass beneath the Fanny Road overpass.
Cormorants on the Raritan - Gulls and cormorants perch on old dock pilings, while a morning train direct from Bay Head to Hoboken travels the shoreline of the Raritan Bay. Photo taken f... (more)
NJT 4203 ducks under the signal bridge at Hollywood Ave as two signals give clear indications going eastbound
"Golden Hour" Reflection - Here's a photo predating Hurricane Sandy when GP40s were as common as sedge and salt water along the NJT Coast Line.
"Geep past the Farm"
A Hackettstown bound NJT train is seen flying past a farm as it slows into Lincoln Park Station.
"Arriving at Lincoln Park"
A Mt. Olive bound NJT Train is seen arriving at the Ex- DL&W Lincoln Park station on a warm spring evening.
Lots has changed since the DL&W era ende... (more)
New Jersey Transit Train 1178, the Bergen County Line local to Hoboken, prepares to depart from Suffern Station, with GP40PH-2B 4211 providing power.
NJ Transit on the NYS&W
While not operating as a revenue passenger train, a lengthy Metro North equipment move passes the Newfoundland Station as it detours over the NYS&W. The... (more)
Hurricane Irene Detour
In the months following the devastating effects of Hurricane Irene Metro North was forced to detour equipment moves over the NYS&W as a result of an 11 m... (more)
Trains to Philly & Atlantic City
A westbound train to Philadelphia lead by an aging GP40PH-2B crosses over US Route 9 in Absecon. The fading painted banner on the side of th... (more)