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-Click here to see The Southern Railroad Company of New Jersey Yard Office, at Winslow Junction New Jersey. 8/13/99.
-Click here for a front view of Southern Railroad Company of New Jersey GP-9 #100 at Winslow Junction, New Jersey. This engine is ex-Huron & Eastern #100. It was built by EMD in 1956, and is rated at 1750 HP. 8/13/99.
-Click here for a rear, (long hood) view of Southern Railroad Company of New Jersey GP-9 #100 at Winslow Junction, New Jersey. This engine was built by EMD in 1956, and is in a classic CNJ style paint job. 8/13/99.
-Click here to see Lehigh Valley Railroad C-420 #414 at Winslow Junction Yard, on The Southern Railroad Company of New Jersey. This engine was built by Alco in 1964, and is rated at 2000 HP. 8/13/99.
-Click here for a rear (long hood) view of Lehigh Valley Railroad C-420 #414 built by Alco in 1964. It is sitting in the grass at the Winslow Junction New Jersey Yard, on The Southern Railroad Company of New Jersey. 8/13/99.
-Click here to see ex-Conrail caboose, N-5G, #18696 at the Winslow Junction Yard, on The Southern Railroad Company of New Jersey. This is ex-Lehigh Valley Railroad caboose #95032.- 8/13/99.
-Click here to see Southern Railroad Company of New Jersey (ex-Conrail) GP-10 #102, and Lehigh Valley ( Alco C-420) #414 at Winslow Junction NJ. The LV #414 is being used to replace GP-9 #100. 8/19/00.
HI !-Click here to see SRNJ #1548 (Former Conrail) a rebuilt Alco RS3m that has worked for the Southern Railroad of New Jersey. This RS3m, seen here at Winslow Junction, has been sold to Canadian locomotive dealer Andrew A. Merrillees and was moved in early December 2000. 8/13/00.

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