EMD GP40PH-2B 4211 is in the lead of Port Jervis bound train Q53 seen passing the Rutherford Avenue Apts. Train 1178 is at the Rutherford Station platform with Alstom PL42AC 4023.
Westbound train 4680 makes its way through thick forest in the NJ Pine Barrens with a former Penn Central GP40 leader. A few weeks after this shot was taken, NJ Transit would suspend all operation... (more)
Bay Head bound train shoves westbound across the single-track drawbridge over the Manasquan River at Brielle. The Manasquan River is a favorite spot for boaters and recreational fishermen.
NJ Transit 1001 accelerates west from Boonton. The train is passing alongside the United Railroad Historical Society storage facility.
NJT train #853 an evening Hoboken to Mount Olive, NJ commuter train is about to make a station stop at Netcong as a passenger looks on. The power for this train is a former Penn Central GP40-2 bui... (more)
NJ Transit GP40PH-2B No. 4211 leads Montclair-Boonton Line train 1055 passed the fields at Lincoln Park, NJ.
New Jersey Transit Train 1178, the Bergen County Line local to Hoboken, prepares to depart from Suffern Station, with GP40PH-2B 4211 providing power.
A westbound NJT Boonton Line train crosses the Hackensack River. This portion of the Boonton Line is now abandoned.
NJ Transit train 1001 leans into the S curve between the Boonton and Mountain Lake stations.
NJ Transit train 1001 heads west from Boonton as it passes the URHS storage yard. The train is viewed from the Fanny Road Overpass.
An NJT Local on it's way to Philly passes the A187 signal which guards the FISH passing Siding a mile away from here.
Three Santa trains, one day... NJT 4211 leads the 12-car North Jersey Coast Line Santa train across the Navesink River into Red Bank. The train, sponsored by the Middletown Recreation Dept.... (more)
Train 2309 glides across the Brielle Draw, as fisherman enjoy a nice evening on Glimmer Glass Inlet. It is sad to think this was what the scene a month a go was with the leaves now falling.
En route to Hoboken, this doubleheaded train heads north across the Manasquan Inlet at Point Pleasant Beach.