The CSX local out of Erie is running today's power, a GP40-2 and AC4400, down the yard lead to grab a trio of locomotives dropped off by a CSX freight overnight. In the background, a BNSF Dash 9 i... (more)
Railfanning the Gillespie - While waiting for the afternoon arrival of the Browns Yard supply train (OI16) I heard horns on the Gillespie Branch and hurried over to this spot to catch 444... (more)
Wrinked Rails - Just off the Amboy Secondary and east of Conrail's Browns Yard a member of the SA3 crew throws a switch to work Old Bridge Chemicals Inc. It's my understanding that rail ... (more)
Just a couple days after Veterans day, NS's Honoring our Veterans unit made a nice daylight appearance in New Jersey leading NS 24Z.
A United Airlines Boeing 767 makes a landing at Newark International Airport with a pair of geeps idling in the foreground on the Conrail Chemical Coast (Garden State) Secondary.
Amidst peak fall foliage, Conrail local freight SA-31 powered by a CSX GP40-2 passes through Spotswood en route to Freehold.
Contrail's AmeriSteel Job heads north out of Browns Yard into the setting sun. The train will soon move onto former Raritan River Railroad trackage.
"Armpit of America" - A photogenic spot right smack dab in the middle of the "Armpit".
Port Newark Yard - A geep is being refueled while it waits for its next assignment. The NJ Turnpike and Newark Liberty Int'l Airport loom in the background.
A CSX local passes through Bound Brook.
Conrail OI-32 returns to Oak Island Yard light after delivering cars to Metuchen Yard. The train (two locomotives and a "shove platform") has entered track 1 of the Northeast Corridor ... (more)
After serving Silverline Windows SA2 shoves a pair of empty hoppers east across Washington Avenue and past the old Milltown Freight Station of the former Raritan River Railroad (RRRR). Notice the... (more)
25 years of the Browns yard santa train rolling through downtown jamesburg
OI-10 shoves a string of empty vegetable oil cars back to the yard.
The SA31 passes an old customer to drill a current one.