NJ Transit train 853 arrives in Madison with one of the remaining revenue service GP40PH-2B locomotives for power..
Splitting the Signals - An NJT Geep shoves the last Bay Head to Hoboken direct across the Navesink River.
NJT GP40PH-2B #4206 leads train 4355 over the Shark River, heading to Bay Head.
NJ Transit train 535 pulls out of Bloomfield station with 4206 in the lead. The Bay Street shuttle has been dominated with ALP-45s and PL42ACs for months, but finally it has a geep.
NJ Transit train 1001 races along the straight-of-way at Rainbow Lakes. The GP40PH-2B has the train rolling along at speed, between the Mountain Lakes and Denville stations.
Hoboken to Hackettstown train 877 approaches Dover.
An unscheduled Sunday afternoon train heads for Bay Head to replenish the rail yard for the Monday morning commute.
NJ Transit train 1001 is close to its terminus at the Dover station. This train operates west on the Montclair-Boonton Line, one of two routes between Newark and Denville, N.J.
The last Bay Head to Hoboken train of the morning pushes east (north) over Stump Creek at high tide.
The last Bay Head to Hoboken train of the day pushes east (north) over the Raritan River.
About ten minutes after sunrise, this eastbound train crosses the Manasquan River as a storm rolls in from the west.
Westbound train 5729 pauses in Cranford at 3:23 p.m. Vantage point of the photo is the new parking deck, southeast of the station.
Former Penn Central 3220 built in October of 1968 easily handles this commuter train bound for Bay Head.
New Jersey Transit GP-40 #4206 and a consist of Comet coaches arrives at Metro-North's station at Port Jervis, N.Y.
NJT train from Atlantic City has just gotten the approach from the Pennsy signal behind us and begins to head southbound on the NEC.