On our way down to Cape May, my brother took us on a small detour to pass by what we thought was a siding full of abandoned train cars near Winslow Junction. Turns out, it is not at all abandoned, but an active line that is used for transporting lumber and building supplies to Atlantic City, among other places.
How did we learn this? Well, we ran into the caretaker, who was initially not very happy about us being there. After we talked to him for a couple of minutes, he seemed satisfied that we were not terrorists, and let us continue taking photos. I think he was actually glad for the company; he told us quite a bit about the different engines and some of their inner workings.