This year was the first occasion where I would actually be taking transit from the game due to the way my ride situation had worked out. As a result I have photos of both PJ and the newly relocated Princeton, NJ station. You can find the full set of photos here
We start off at Princeton Jct with ALP-46 #4621 at the head of my eastbound push-pull train.
Shuttle duties were being performed by a pair of Arrow III singles #1311 (seen here) and #1306. The shuttle pulled off the platform so that people wouldn't have the temerity to get on and warm themselves during the crew's break. The Princeton shuttle waits patiently for the outbound NJT NEC train to unload its passengers.
Did I say it was cold? Yeah, it was cold. So cold that the LCD screen on my camera starts to glitch up.
Half-hour headways meant plenty of NJT action. Here palindrome unit ALP-46 #4664 waits the buzz to depart Princeton.
Pulling out past the former PRR NASSAU tower and Princeton Substation.
While the light sucked for still photos, it still worked for video. Here is a little montage of NJT NEC Trains and Princeton shuttles moving through the Junction.
If that wasn't enough for you here is a shorter montage of Amtrak traffic blowing through PJ at speed. Sorry, I didn't really try to keep track of what train was what.
#1311 and #1306 at the new Princeton Station.