A pair of Conrail C40-8Ws and an NS EMD lead an SENS south through Ridgefield Park. NS run-through power was common on this Selkirk, NY to Linwood, NC (via Hagerstown, MD) train.
6102 leads a loaded UCR coal train north through Ridgefield Park, NJ. This train would have been destined to the Central Hudson Power Plant in Roseton, NY.
Five units hustle Conrail ML-480Y east through Fullers, NY on the Selkirk Branch. The head end is at the location where the east and westbound mains separate on the western approach to the flyove... (more)
The hottest train on Conrail's River Line was TVLA. Scheduled to depart North Bergen at 7:30am, it was usually through CP 5 before 8:00am, and was carded to be interchanged directly to the Santa ... (more)
A pair of SD50s lead Conrail SEAL south through Ridgefield Park. The second unit had recently been repainted into the then-current Conrail paint scheme with a white sill stripe. Those box cars o... (more)
This freshly repainted Conrail N20 caboose made its long-awaited debut on ME-2 after being repainted in Metuchen Yard. CR 22137 had been a tagged, rusting eyesore for a decade or more. For years t... (more)
Ex-Jersey Central Line.
Trackwork has diverted a westbound Conrail Truc-Train to the eastbound main near the Eby-Chickies Road crossing. Note the ex-EL SD45 trailing. Today, the signals are gone and the grade crossing ... (more)
A Conrail alumnus has returned home to lead this hot double stack train. Photo by Mike Dolenski, from my collection.
An ex PC unit, still showing evidence thereof, is switching an Amtrak train. Photo by Dave Petke.
WB mixed freight. Photo by Mike Dolenski, from my collection.
Business trip fringe benefit.
Photo by Mike Dolenski, from my collection.
Dash 2+Original GP40. Photo by Mike Dolenski. From my collection.
Originally PC. Photo by Mike Dolenski. From my collection.