Stored New York & Greenwood Lake Railway equipment is parked at Island Yard in Passaic, N.J. waiting for shipment to a new home.
After two days of work all of the railroad's equipment has been tied down in the island yard where it will be inspected by New Jersey Transit for mainline operation. Once the ok is given the fina... (more)
Towards the end of the clean out of the New York & Greenwood Lake's Dundee yard the crew kindly cut away the trackmobile to allow for an unobstructed shot of the GP9 "leading" some cars.... (more)
The whole line of equipment has been moved out of the NYGL facility on Friday, February 28, 2020 and will be prepared for movement off of the premises. The sad ending of the Dundee Spur and the Ne... (more)
After years of sitting forlorn, New York & Greenwood Lake's equipment is finally being removed as their former facility is slated for redevelopment. In between moves which were made with a trackmo... (more)
It's a tight squeeze as New York & Greenwood Lake Railway's GP9 maneuvers onto Monroe Street after dropping off cars for NS on the Dundee Spur.
NY&GL 1267 is switching the C&D transfer station in Passaic. The railroad has subsequently lost this traffic. The railroad has suspended train service due to the lack of freight traffic.
NY&GL GP9 1267 picking up cars at the Norfolk Southern interchange.
New York & Greenwood Lake Railroad 1267 heading down Monroe Street to the NS interchange to pick up gondolas loaded with scrap metal.
New York and Greenwood Lake GP9 1267 bringing two boxcars down Monroe Street in Garfield, New Jersey to the Norfolk Southern interchange.
GP9 1267 of the New York and Greenwood Lake Railway running light down Monroe Street in Garfield to pick up two box cars at the NS interchange.
NYGL 1267 places an empty car into the transloading facility.
NY&GL 1267 pushes three loaded freight cars into Island Yard.
NYGL 1267 spots an empty hopper car inside the C&D transfer facility.
You can see plenty of cars, trucks, and buses while driving down any New Jersey street, but where else in New Jersey can you drive behind a street running EMD locomotive?