Central Railroad of New Jersey Baldwin VO1000 1062 is seen here with the Jersey City service train. The 1062 was delivered to the CNJ in April 1944. It and sister unit 1043 were the only CNJ VO1000s to feature curved trim on the battery box cover and at the corners of the steps as Baldwin eliminated this styling in favor of simplified angles before the balance of the CNJ VO1000s were built. The 1062 is pictured in the paint scheme which debuted on switchers in 1950. The locomotive was built by Weaver and the box car in service train livery is an Atlas model.