A Conrail train working out of Port Reading Yard. CSXT 4412 is the second unit. Both units were originally built for Conrail as CR 3293 and CR 3306, respectively.
Conrail Port Reading local delivering a string of boxcars to a distribution center.
After working the Reformatory Branch, CSX 4412 waits for permission to enter onto the Port Reading Secondary.
A Port Reading local is shoving boxcars to an industry off the Reformatory Branch.
Crossing Omar Ave. - A Port Reading Yard local heads up the Reformatory Branch to drop boxcars at a warehouse along Terminal Way.
Port Reading local PR44 makes its way down Conrail's Reformatory branch. This section of the branch line services a large warehouse complex that at one time had many customers on over a dozen sidi... (more)
Port Reading local PR44 crosses Rahway Ave. with a couple plastic pellet hoppers.
Port Reading local PR44 delivers a boxcar to a customer.
Port Reading local PR44 makes its way across Homestead Avenue to deliver a boxcar.
Conrail local PR44 drops off a string of boxcars for a warehouse customer on the Reformatory Branch.
Conrail local PR44 out of Port Reading yard pulls a pair of boxcars from a warehouse customer on the Reformatory Branch.