On our drive back from Pennsylvania last month we stopped in to Port Jervis, New York.
This town was once synonymous with the Erie Railroad which maintained significant facilities and yards here.
Today, little is left of the sprawling freight yards, and relatively little freight passes over the former Erie route, but Port Jervis is the western extent of NJ Transit/Metro North commuter service from Hoboken, NJ.
On this dull Saturday morning, Metro North’s weekday commuter fleet was tied up in the small yard west of the present passenger station, near the site of the old Erie engine facilities.
I thought that this collection of diesels made for interesting subjects.
Photos exposed using my Nikon Z6 with 70-200mm lens.
If had been clear and bright, I’d have been looking directly into the mid-morning sun.
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