On a bleak winter day an unpatched Jersey Central GP7 now working for Conrail approaches the station at Cranford, NJ, with a westbound commuter train, probably a Bayonne-Cranford shuttle. A second... (more)
As a terminal railroad, the Jersey Central owned a lot of switchers. SW9 1093 awaited its next job at the Bethlehem, PA, yard.
Fairbanks Morse H10-44 9702, one of eight transferred to the Jersey Central by parent Baltimore & Ohio, posed at the Bethlehem (PA) engine terminal on a spring day.
Easter Done Like ChristmasCNJ 115 (really 113 masquerading as her long-scrapped sister) pulls into the station at Minersville, PA to start loading passengers for the day's Easter Bu... (more)
Anthracite CountryCentral of New Jersey #113 (disguised as long-scrapped sister 115) trundles over a swollen and obviously-polluted Little Schuylkill River outside Minersville. In t... (more)
A CNJ passenger GP7 in CNJ's Red Barron paint scheme leads a long string of ex Missouri Pacific coaches on a train from Raritan to Newark in a muggy and rainy New Jersey morning.
After the implementation of the Aldene Plan in 1967 that diverted CNJ trains from the old main to Jersey City onto the Lehigh Valley and the Pennsylvania into Newark, Raritan trains had to be run ... (more)
The Conrail train from Phillipsburg was well known in NJ due to its open porch observation car, a relic of a bygone era. Coming east in the morning however that observation car was up against the ... (more)
Don't Let Her Size Fool You...Central of New Jersey #113's proportions and smoke show belie her wheel arrangement. Despite being an 0-6-0, she looks and sounds like much larger road... (more)
Beautifully restored Jersey Central RS-3 rests at Delaware Lackawanna shops.
Delaware Lackawanna's Jersey Central RS-3 spent the day powering the Scranton Limited short excursion at Steamtown.
A nicely refurbished Jersey Coast coach can be found at the Whippany Railroad Museum.
A witness to much change is the historic Central Railroad of New Jersey terminal directly across from downtown Manhattan. CNJ Commuter and long distance trains of the host railroad, Reading, and B... (more)