The Black River and Western Railroad operates through what has in recent times become largely suburban New Jersey. However, the line is not without its charms, including this trestle over the Neshanic River.
Big 2-8-0 Consolidation-type #60 is a Colorado native that originally ran on the Great Western Railrway. Despite the grand-sounding name, the Great Western was (and still is) a shortline railroad just 80 miles in length. Back in the day, one of #60's main tasks was muscling trains of sugar beets to the processor in Loveland, CO. She is a relatively modern steamer having been built as late as 1937.
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