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.
Commuter passenger service presented unique challenges to the railroads that operated these trains. One of those challenges was keeping the lights on in the coaches. Long-distance passenger cars w... (more)
Jersey Central 1523 leads a train over the Raritan River on the Black River & Western during an event sponsored by the United Railroad Historical Society of New Jersey. The URHS owns the GP7.
Nose detail of CNJ 1523 sitting in Tuckahoe.
Santa Claus Express heads toward Tuckahoe.
Blast from the past... URHS restored CNJ GP7.
Jersey Central 1523 was built in November of 1952 and has been restored by the URHS.
URHS owned CNJ GP7 1523 is currently on lease to the Cape May Seashore Lines. The engine was brough Tuckahoe by Conrail local CA51 earlier in the week.