Eastern Region - New Jersey Division
Elizabeth, New Jersey
Elizabeth is a city on the Northeast Corridor, south of Newark. It was definitely a
busy place on the PC in the 1970's, as the following photos attest:
On October 17, 1975, PC SD35 6049 leads an eastbound freight train on track 2.
Photo by Harv Kahn. (155 K)
Same day, same place, same track.....different train: A westbound set of PC Metroliners.
Photo by Harv Kahn. (157 K)
RS11 7645 hauls some work equipment under the wires in Elizabeth, on October 21, 1975.
Photo by Harv Kahn. (34 K)
Also October 21, 1975, a former PRR MP54 MU car pulls up to the westbound platform.
Photo by Harv Kahn. (176 K)
An "in your face" photo of a former Pennsy E44 electric, now in PC colors, hustling freight through
Elizabeth on October 24, 1975.Photo by Harv Kahn. (141 K)
Also that day, a train of MP54's leans into the curve past the westbound platform at Elizabeth.
Photo by Harv Kahn. (141 K)
PC SD40 6242 and two other units head north through Elizabeth on 10/24/75. Photo by Harv Kahn. (122 K)
That same day, a trio of U-boats, led by the 2962, roll westbound freight through the station.
Photo by Harv Kahn. (127 K)
PC SD45 6183 leads a three unit consist north through the Elizabeth station on November 1, 1975.
Photo by Harv Kahn. (33 K)
Harv must have been busy that day, because here is another picture of E33 "bricks" 4606 and 4604
leading more freight through the Elizabeth station.
Photo by Harv Kahn. (63 K)
North Elizabeth, New Jersey
Also on November 1, 1975, GG1 4890 leads a five-car train through the North Elizabeth station.
Photo by Harv Kahn. (44 K)
Later the same day, a four-unit set of three E8s and one E7 scurry through North Elizabeth, New Jersey.
Photo by Harv Kahn. (47 K)