Rear End Geep: While this is a mostly typical NJ Transit consist, there is one noticeable exception: NJT 4106 (GP40PH-2) is on the rear in place of a cab car.
An eastbound Raritan Valley Line train from High Bridge makes its way through Hillside. The next stop for this train will be Newark Penn, followed by Secaucus and New York Penn Station.
The HX Draw supports both the Bergen County Line and the Pascack Valley Line over the Hackensack River.
One of the NJ Transit Far Hills extra trains crosses the Passaic River at Berkeley Heights, NJ. On this day, NJ Transit ran many extra trains to Far Hills because of the Far Hills steeplechase. Th... (more)
After the morning rush on the day of the steeplechase, NJT set aside two sets to run midday shuttles between Summit and Far Hills. Here, a 4PP set deadheads past Stirling station on its way east t... (more)
NJ Transit 6635 arrives at its terminus, Dover, N.J.
Crossing Ambrose Creek on the RVL.
A NJT dual-mode locomotive leads a Raritan Valley Line train into the station at Union. Both tracks through this station use a gauntlet setup so freight trains can have additional clearance from ... (more)