Coming and Going in Trenton

A northbound Amtrak train has a signal to depart the Trenton, New Jersey, station while a southbound is entering the station during a busy moment in May 2016.

Aside from serving dozens of Amtrak trains, Trenton is also a terminus for trains of New Jersey Transit and SEPTA.

I made a connection here between an NJT train I had boarded at the Newark Liberty Airport station and a SEPTA train bound for Phildelphia’s 30th Street Station.

I found it interesting that decades after installation by the Pennsylvania Railroad, the position light signals continue to be used.

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