This massive steel structure was built by the Pennsylvania Railroad back in 1895-1896 and was the first bridge of any kind between New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The bridge was original built as a t... (more)
One of only two GP40PH-2Bs on NJ Transit leads a westbound train on the Main Line to Waldwick on a beautiful Spring afternoon.
A westbound NJT Train approaches Secaucus Junction station on an unseasonably warm day in April.
An eastbound North Jersey Coast Line local crosses the Raritan River Drawbridge over the cold waters of Raritan Bay. This bridge suffered severe damage during "Superstorm Sandy" and is e... (more)
A westbound North Jersey Coast Line train from Hoboken crosses the Raritan River by way of the 109-year old PRR built Raritan River Drawbridge. This train will make all local stops to Bay Head. Th... (more)
Speed Stripes over Parkers Creek - Back in the day when it was a treat railfanning the NJCL.
NJT train 1001 has made its' last stop, at Dover, and is deadheading to Port Morris Yard.
The Atlantic City train lays over in Philly before heading back.
Passengers at Hazlet station wait for NJT 4213 as it pushes west (railroad east) across Bethany Road on Track 2. Meanwhile, on Track 1 an eastbound (railroad west) is picking up passengers.
Snow at the Jersey Shore. NJT 4213 and 4206 shove six cars northbound toward the clear signal just north of snowy Elberon with a weekend extra fuel move to NJT's Meadows Maintenance Complex... (more)
Snow at the Jersey Shore. It's 9 a.m. and the snowfall from the previous evening is rapidly melting away as NJT 4213, one of two Geeps to wear the new scheme, shoves a Bay Head-Long Branch ... (more)
Sporting NJ Transit's newest paint scheme, GP40PH-2B no. 4213 pushes past the site of the former Brielle Station on its journey east to Long Branch.
The new look of New Jersey Transit's Geep fleet. The NJT 4213 in the new New Jersey Transit paint scheme sits in Norfolk Southern's Croxton Yard awaiting pick up from a New Jersey Transit crew.
A rare scene on the North Jersey Coast Line, this three car Bay Head Shuttle consisted of a locomotive on either end of the train. The leading F40PH-2CAT was 4125.
GP40PH-2B pushes a train northward through Spring Lake.