Conrail OI16 is preparing to back the Port Reading setoff into Port Reading Yard. The train is on the Port Reading Secondary.
Conrail's OI16 is pushing back into Port Reading Yard.
Today's run of Conrail OI16 is seen opening up the throttle at PORT after sitting at the home signal for a little bit. A crew-less oil train can be seen on the adjac... (more)
Norfolk Southern's Erie-Lackawanna Heritage Unit leads a westbound Conrail local train from Oak Island, Newark through the cut in Perth Amboy. The train is bound for Browns Yard in Old Bridge.
Conrail's OI16 arrives at Browns Yard with a pair of ex-Erie-Lackawanna SD45-2 locomotives. NS 1705 is the second unit. The track in the foreground has since been removed.
After finishing work at Port Reading Yard, Conrail's OI16 proceeds south towards Browns Yard. NS 1705 is the second unit. Both units are ex-Erie-Lackawanna SD45-2 locomotives. At the time of this ... (more)
Conrail OI16 is passing beneath the Bayway Avenue overpass, as the train arrives at Bayway Yard. The view is from the new pedestrian walkway alongside the Goethals Bridge.
Conrail's OI16 cruises south along the Garden State Secondary. Soon the train will arrive in Port Reading, where it will make a setoff, before proceeding to its terminus at Brown's Yard.
NS 1700 and NS 1702 heading west on the Amboy Secondary.
NS 1700 and NS 1702 lead Conrail's OI16 en route to Browns Yard. This was before OI16 was abolished for a bit (only to be reinstated later).
With the Erie Lackawanna SD45-2 as the second unit, Contrail's OI16 heads west from South Amboy towards Browns Yard.
The OI16 has just set off Port Reading freight cars and is now pushing back onto the Garden State Secondary. Note that the train does not have EL heritage unit 1700 today.
Conrail OI16 puts its train together in Oak Island Yard. Photo taken from a public overpass.
Oak Island transfer job OI16 making a morning run down the Lehigh Line. Normally this train takes the Garden State Secondary for it's trip to Browns Yard in Sayreville. But on this Sunday there wa... (more)