Two ex-Penn Central GP38-2s are heading east under Lebanon's twin bridges at Old 9th & Scull Streets. Nos. 5271 and 5277 were both built in February, 1973.
Conductors from two train crews chat for a moment while a passenger jet takes off from Newark Liberty International Airport.
NS 5271 sits on the Bound Brook Industrial as it waits for a switch to be lined.
Just before reaching the Gerdau Steel Mill, SA22 makes the final grade crossing over Main Street Extension. This train brings in scrap metal by gondola and hauls out steel rebar using yellow flat... (more)
The steel mill train to Gerdau has just departed Browns Yard. It is carrying gondolas full of scrap metal that will be turned into steel rebar at the mill. The empty yellow flatcars w/ finger ra... (more)
A single car train kicks up a little dust as it cruises at track speed (25 mph) by the old abandoned Helmetta Snuff factory. Construction work is being done here. A worker in orange is off to th... (more)
SA31 heads for the CR Southern Secondary which branches off in Red Bank. SA31 is traveling south across the Matawan Creek embankment and interlocking which were completed in 1953. This portion o... (more)
Three years ago, on Tuesday, June 2, 2009, the afternoon Conrail local out of Browns Yard in central New Jersey was led by NS GP38-2 5271 and CSX GP40-2 4429, both former Conrail units, the 8061 a... (more)
SA31 hauls south (railroad west) across the Cheesequake Marsh, and over the Stump Creek bridge, on its weekly trip to Lakewood, NJ.
Ex Conrail GP38-2 rolls westbound around the curve at CP BOUND BROOK with a section of coil steel cars heading for placement at Manville Yard.
SA33 ducks under the NJ Turnpike and immediately crosses Route 535 on the western border of Jamesburg.
All the pieces finally fell into place! The sun makes a rare weekday afternoon appearance for the first time in over a week as SA33 with NS 5271 shorthood forward passes the abandoned Helme Snuff ... (more)
A pan shot of NS 5271 shoving SA33 across Herrod Boulevard up the spur to serve Home Depot.
The afternoon Conrail local on the Dayton Branch used two Geeps on this day, representing both owning roads, seen here switching out covered hoppers at Cary Compounds as the sun sets.
Ten years after. Ten years and one day after Conrail disappeared, the two railroads that acquired it team up on a local on one of the last remaining bits of railroad still known as Conrail,... (more)