Crossing Browns Road - The daily transfer train from Oak Island Yard arrives at its destination - Browns Yard. This crossing has since been reduced to a Railroad: NJ TransitLocomotive: EMD SD40-2Location: Sayreville, New Jersey, USALocomotive #: NS 3426Train ID: CR WPOI-16Photo Date: June 12, 2013
The daily supply train crosses Browns Rd. as it enters into Browns Yard. NS 3426 and NS 1703 have been mainstays on this transfer run. The crewman's door is open as he readies to throw the swit... (more)
The daily supply train from Oak Island Yard to Browns Yard crosses the Raritan River.
When I was young I rode on “The Last Run of the GG1”. What was most memorable for me about that train ride was crossing the old, rusty Raritan River drawbridge, which back then did not bear a lig... (more)
Oak Island to Browns Yard transfer, OI-16, passes through one of only a handful low-platform stations left on the North Jersey Coast Line, the 1927-built Perth Amboy depot.
A former Conrail SD40-2 (ex-CR 6962) leads a Conrail ballast train out of Oak Island Yard for Manville and work on the Port Reading Secondary.
A view from the splat of Conrail Shared Assets train SA22 shoving cars up the ex-Raritan River Railroad trackage to the AmeriSteel plant in Parlin, NJ with back to back blue SD40-2's.
The Newark Airport Tower can be seen in this Port Newark shot.