An ex-CNJ GP40PH-2 leads train 5902, a local train from Plainfield, into Union Station. The 4106 is one of a handful of refurbished GP40s on the NJT roster; these units have appeared on the east e... (more)
Borrowed NJ Transit GP40PH-2 4106 is parked on the mainline, while ex NS MP15 2408 switches out of service M&E C424 18.
M&E MO-1 gets ready to place three NS empties on the Horn Track at Chester Junction. Borrowed NJT 4106 leads RRPX SSB1200 563.
"That's An Odd Looking Alco"
With C-424's 18 and 19 both down for work, M&E needed another cab signal equipped locomotive to run on NJT's Morristown Line. Recently modifi... (more)
The M&E has been borrowing NJ Transit GP40PH-2 4106 and NS GP40-2 3010 since both M&E C424s are out of service due to various ailments. M&E C424 18 should return to service by the end of this week... (more)
A former CNJ GP40 now sitting in storage with two other locomotives and a string of passenger cars.
NJT 4106, a former CNJ GP40 #3671, sits on the Garwood Industrial track along with NJT 4121 & 4117 and 16 passenger cars. NJT has been rehabbing this former CNJ track over the last few months.
NJ Transit's 0056 rolls across the Moodna viaduct after departing the Salisbury Mills / Cornwall station. I've never gotten up this early for a passenger train before, but the fine light and fall... (more)
A former Jersey Central GP40 pushes a Hoboken bound train east through Lyndhurst.
Former CNJ GP40P locomotives remain in daily sevice on NJ Transit. The big EMDs will be 40 years old during 2008. The 4106 is powering Hoboken to Dover train 633.
NJT 4106 is coupled to two other former CNJ GP40P units. This class of locomotives constitutes the oldest intact fleet of mainline passenger locomotives in the U.S. These units are 39 years old.... (more)
Jerset Transit 4106 gets prepped for service. Photo taken with permission.
A rebuilt former CNJ GP40P departs from the Denville station under the unique EL (nee-DL&W) catenary support/signal bridge.
NJ Transit diesels draw MOW duty. Dragging this quarter mile length of rail so a crane can move it is a little slower than a commuter run.