Dover & Rockaway River GP9u 1888 is now lettered for its corporate parent, the Chesapeake & Delaware LLC. The train is on the D&R's Rockaway River bridge, in Rockaway Borough, N.J.
On Sunday, September 15 the Dover & Rockaway River Railroad and Tri-State Railway Historical Society hosted caboose trips for the annual Rockaway Borough street fair. The trains operated over a sm... (more)
Dover & Rockaway River DO-1 crosses the Rockaway River, in Rockaway Borough, with three empty covered hopper cars for the NS interchange in Wharton, N.J.
Dover & Rockaway River's DO-1 ambles across the Rockaway Dover with two loaded covered hopper cars.
Dover & Rockaway River DO-2 is switching TriPack, located near the end of the D&R Branch in Rockaway, N.J.
Dover & Rockaway River DO-1 in Rockaway with two empties for the Norfolk Southern interchange.
Dover & Rockaway River's DO-1 has just finished for the day.
The crew will soon park the locomotive for the weekend.
Winter storm Inga has just coated several inches of snow in Northern New Jersey. The DO-1 is running light to clear switches and grade crossings along the D&R Branch.
Winter storm Inga coated several inches of snow in Northern New Jersey. The DO-1 is gathering empties from several customers along Green Pond Road in Rockaway.
Dover & Rockaway River DO-1 is crossing the Rockaway River after delivery four cars to the Norfolk Southern interchange in Wharton, N.J The 915 and a sister Pup are running lite, en route to Hiber... (more)
Dover & Rockaway River's DO-1 is crossing the namesake Rockaway River, on the D&R Branch. Between locomotives 1567 and 915 is one lumber car for 84 Lumber in Rockaway.
A Colorful End: Tri-State Railway Historical Society President Mike Del Vecchio looks on from the rear of Lackawanna Caboose #896, as the last photo stop for a Tri-State Railway Historical ... (more)
On Railroad Property with Permission: Tri-State Railway Historical Society members take advantage of a photo stop at one of the trestles crossing the Rockaway River during a rare excursion... (more)
Blowing Smoke: M&E 19 belches out smoke as it crosses the Rockaway River during a photo run and excursion for members of the Tri-State Railway Historical Society.
Tri-State Railway Historical Society's Keyser Valley Lackawanna caboose, along with L&NE and Raritan River cabooses, are parked along the D&R Branch at the Main Street crossing in Rockaway. This ... (more)