A southbound train to Long Branch crosses River Draw over the Raritan River.
The day after Thanksgiving ALP-46A 4657 leads an eastbound Midtown direct train toward Morristown.
The Delaware River had been previously frozen over, but warm temperatures in New Jersey caused most of the ice to melt. However, huge chunks of ice from up north had flowed down the river jamming ... (more)
The sun casts its last few rays of golden light on Raritan Bay as a westbound New York to Long Branch local crosses the Raritan River Drawbridge.
Just minutes after the sun showed itself for the first time on this beautiful Thursday morning, an eastbound North Jersey Coast Line train crosses the Raritan River by way of the 109-year old PRR ... (more)
A southbound NJ Transit train has just passed the Lane Interlocking (to the rear) and is approaching North Elizabeth.
A morning westbound passes along the shores of the Raritan Bay.
With low tide approaching a morning commuter train pushes past homes overlooking the Raritan Bay.
An afternoon westbound on the NJCL crosses over Stump Creek bridge. This railroad causeway which spans across the Cheesequake Creek Basin was originally built in the 1870s by the NY&LB.
NJT 4657 rests in Dover during the raging October snow storm.