The Pennsy E8A during the blue hour.
Did PRR and SOO ever serve the same terminal? I doubt it, but this shot reminds me of those great pictures at passenger terminals with a variety of colorful motive power.
On December 1st, 2018, the Toys for Tots train made its way over the NS D&H. After reaching its final destination, Delanson, a special move was needed to switch the E8's to the back of the lashup.... (more)
After taking a spin on the wye, 5711 and 5809 begin the short trip up the Port Reading Secondary, out of Port Reading Yard, towards Port Reading Jct, where they'll runaround their train. ...did I ... (more)
Pennsy E8's Depart Penn Station
The station platform was packed with people minutes earlier, but now with the guests on board their train. Contrary to the countless Amtrak and ... (more)
Tuscan Red on the P&H
After shoving out of Newark-Penn Station the Conrail OCS is beginning the first leg of its day trip touring the Conrail Shared Asset routes in New Jersey.... (more)
Its still before sunrise as PRR E8s 5711 and 5809 pass through Edison. They will be on an all day excursion covering much of Conrail's Shared Assets track in North New Jersey.
"Right at Home"
Rare Mileage Special
The Conrail OCS is seen making its way down the National Docks Secondary. Behind the tree line we see part of the NYC skyline, most notably is One World Tr... (more)
Raritan River Crossing
The Pennsy E8's finish a quick run on New Jersey Transit as they head for Conrail's Amboy Secondary. They would follow the line down to Jamesburg where t... (more)
Wasting no time, OCS-100 begins the trip back north to Port Reading on the Amboy Secondary.
Turn Back the Clock
Just like old times, a set of PRR E's cross the Raritan River from South Amboy into Perth Amboy. This is Conrail Shared Asset's OCS-100, which carried the Lexin... (more)