NJ Transit train 660 approaches the Mount Tabor station with the railroad's only F40PH-2CAT in revenue service.
NJ Transit Dover to Hoboken train 660 is departing Convent Station, NJ.
NJ Transit train 660 is departing Convent Station, with the 4202 pushing on the tail end.
NJT 4210 shoves train 660 past Tabor Lake on NJ Transit's Morristown Line.
An ex-CNJ GP40P leads train 660 eastbound on the Morristown Line.
NJT 4521 is pushing train 660 has it accelerates out of the Convent Station stop.
NJT 660 is departing Convent Station, with the ALP45DP 4526 pushing from the rear.
NJ Transit train 660 is departing Convent Station, bound for Hoboken. This train is normally powered by a diesel locomotive. Today it has a dual mode under electric propulsion.
Dover to Hoboken train 660 pauses in Convent Station.
NJ Transit train 660, en route from Dover to Hoboken, slows down for the Convent Station stop. Power for today's train is one of the Metro-North locomotives assigned to the Hoboken Division power ... (more)
NJT train 660 (originating in Dover) returns toward Hoboken with ALP45DP 4504 in the electric mode. Earlier, this train set was assigned to Montclair-Boonton Line train 1001 (Hoboken to Dover), op... (more)
NJT dual mode 4509 is in diesel propulsion as it pushes train 660 at Convent Station.