Sucker Hole BRW 752 returns to Ringoes after working the NS interchange at Three Bridges. Numerous fast moving clouds created interesting lighting conditions all day as was the case at the ... (more)
A GP9: not quite what you think of when 21st Century railroading comes to mind. Fortunately, one of these 1st Generation EMDs sees daily use over at Mid-States Packaging in Hillsborough, NJ. Here,... (more)
A former Clarendon & Pittsford GP9 # 752 now owned by the Black River & Western has just finished building its train at Hudson Yard in Phillipsburg. The Belvidere & Delaware River RR has just res... (more)
Black River and Western 752 with the first Polar Express train of the day.
Black River & Western GP9 752 leads Lehigh Valley SW1 112 and a handful of freight cars over the trestle in Copper Hill on the southbound trip to Ringeos. LV 112 will be restored in Ringoes by Pen... (more)
The BR&W local crosses the Raritan River after switching and picking up LVRX 112 in Three Bridges.
Black River & Western 752 rounds the bend into Flemington Junction with Lehigh Valley SW1 number 112 and a bulkhead flatcar in tow bound for Ringoes.
On a beautiful first day of spring 2010, Black River 752 leads Lehigh Valley 112 and a bulkhead flat car towards Ringoes.
BRW 752 and two coaches cross the small creek south of Dayton Rd. which has recently been opened up by a lot of brush cutting. Now that this scene has changed dramatically in one way, it will be c... (more)
Black River & Western workhorse GP9 leads a special train for railroad employees and supporters past a small well on trackage that hasn't seen a passenger train in over a half a decade.
The Thank You Express sits at the Flemington depot as passengers enjoy this beautiful spring day.
The colorful shops at Turntable Jct. complement the bright red geep, brightening an otherwise dark, damp spring day.
BRW 752 runs light back to the shop at Ringoes after working the NS interchange at Three Bridges. The red geep is the only bright spot on an otherwise rainy, gloomy spring day.