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7/24/2017
 
 
 
 
 
By:Richard Makse
Dates:1/1/1965 - 9/30/1969
Album Info:Covers the old PRR Trenton Division, Camden & Amboy, CNJ Southern Division and PRSL.
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CNJ Freight House and Passenger Station
Title:  CNJ Freight House and Passenger Station
Description:  Toms River boasted one of the few stone depots on the CNJ's Southern Division.
Photo Date:  5/30/1965  Upload Date: 1/6/2007 11:10:37 AM
Location:  Toms River, NJ
Author:  Richard Makse
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Views:  1358   Comments: 2
PRR terminus
Title:  PRR terminus
Description:  When the Garden State Parkway was built, the PRR had to terminate the remnant of its Camden-Birmingham-Bay Head line at this remote spot in S Toms River.
Photo Date:  5/30/1965  Upload Date: 1/5/2007 1:41:29 PM
Location:  Toms River, NJ
Author:  Richard Makse
Categories:  Station
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Views:  1482   Comments: 6
PRR 9999 on Union Transportation Company
Title:  PRR 9999 on Union Transportation Company
Description:  PRR 9999 trundles northbound across the Lahaway Creek trestle on the Union Transportation Company. Starting life as 9353, the GE 44 tonner was renumbered under Penn Central management but retained its Pennsy markings.
Photo Date:  6/26/1965  Upload Date: 1/5/2007 6:33:21 PM
Location:  Hornerstown, NJ
Author:  Richard Makse
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Locomotives:  PRR 9999(44Tonner)
Views:  2880   Comments: 1
PRR Train #983
Title:  PRR Train #983
Description:  The engineer of PRR Train #983 (an early rush hour run to Moorestown), waits for the highball at Merchantville depot. The semaphore at the end of the platform warns of open switches at local industries and serves as the distant signal to Pennsauken block station, a provisional block station that would occasionally see service for troop movements to Fort Dix during the early years of the Vietnam conflict.
Photo Date:  9/10/1965  Upload Date: 1/6/2007 9:09:15 PM
Location:  Merchantville, NJ
Author:  Richard Makse
Categories:  RollingStock
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Views:  671   Comments: 1
PRR Train #986
Title:  PRR Train #986
Description:  Operating as PRR train #986 in the first practical example of push-pull operations in the Garden State, a Baldwin RS-12 pushes two P-70 coaches along 3rd Street just north of the PRR's main Moorestown depot at Chester Avenue. Upon arrival at Camden-Broadway, the equipment will run in revenue service as train #987 to Pemberton.
Photo Date:  9/10/1965  Upload Date: 1/6/2007 7:39:32 PM
Location:  Moorestown, NJ
Author:  Richard Makse
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Views:  585   Comments: 1
PRR #987 in yard and CB-21 on main
Title:  PRR #987 in yard and CB-21 on main
Description:  It's Friday night and the equipment from train #987 is put away at Pemberton. Minutes later, the operator at Cooper will gives C&E Extra 7268 North (the CB-21 with GP-9 7268) a K card for a Clear-block to State Street in Pavonia. The Pemberton Branch represented the last manual block passenger operations on the PRR proper (the LIRR and PRSL excepted).
Photo Date:  9/10/1965  Upload Date: 1/6/2007 7:41:49 PM
Location:  Pemberton, NJ
Author:  Richard Makse
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Locomotives:  PRR 7268(GP9)
Views:  1508   Comments: 0
Cooper Tower
Title:  Cooper Tower
Description:  Cooper Tower controlled the entrance to Pavonia Yard, the junction between the Camden & Amboy and Camden & Burlington County (at State Street Block Station) and handled protection for the Cooper River draw.
Photo Date:  9/10/1965  Upload Date: 1/5/2007 6:44:16 PM
Location:  Pavonia, NJ
Author:  Richard Makse
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Views:  455   Comments: 1
PRR Train #987
Title:  PRR Train #987
Description:  PRR Train #987 arrives at Pemberton depot. This classic brick depot, which also served the Union Transportation Company, fortunately survives as a museum.
Photo Date:  9/10/1965  Upload Date: 1/6/2007 11:32:49 AM
Location:  Pemberton, NJ
Author:  Richard Makse
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Views:  1028   Comments: 0
PC 8084 on Train #987
Title:  PC 8084 on Train #987
Description:  Train #987 swings around the curve at Mount Holly and approaches the switch at the former Burlington Junction in the last weeks of Pemberton service.
Photo Date:  4/11/1969  Upload Date: 1/6/2007 11:18:17 AM
Location:  Mount Holly, NJ
Author:  Richard Makse
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Locomotives:  PC 8084(RS12)
Views:  1120   Comments: 1


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