The Maine Eastern FL9s and a Morristown & Erie coach bask in the warm afternoon sunshine at Whippany.
Maine Eastern FL9 488 and 489 rest their heals in Whippany. Earlier in April the classic cab units saw service on the Whippany Railway Museum's Easter Bunny trains. To the rear is cosmetically res... (more)
The FL9s up front clear their throats as a New York-bound train gets underway out of South Station in Boston. Penn Central has been in charge for a few weeks but the New Haven image remains for th... (more)
One of several "Easter Bunny Express" trains run by the Whippany Railway Museum in advance of the Easter holiday returns to Whippany. Morristown & Erie operated the train with a Maine E... (more)
Assorted FL9s and a paint-shedding EP5 electric gathered at New Haven Motor Storage a few weeks into Penn Central's operation of the New Haven. FL9 5006 now wears its PC number but the scene is ot... (more)
New Haven FL9 #2019 from the Railroad Museum of New England was one of many streamliners that attended NCTM's "Streamliners" event in Spencer, NC. Number 2019, former NH 2049,is operational and i... (more)
It's a beautiful fall day in the Hudson Valley, or maybe not, as a sudden snow squall envelopes a Metro North Croton-Harmon to Poughkeepsie shuttle at Garrison. The consist is typical of Metro Nor... (more)
The New Haven RR had less than six hours left in its corporate existence when Springfield-New York train 83 paused in the railroad's headquarters city on New Year's Eve 1968. A pair of FL9s headed... (more)
The summer sun is getting low in the Hudson Valley as an evening rush hour Grand Central-Poughkeepsie commuter run cants into the curve at Breakneck Ridge north of Cold Spring. A smart looking pai... (more)
A colorful lineup of equipment at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Maine Eastern FL9 488 is parked next to former Erie Railroad caboose C177. This former Erie Caboose has been donated to the Whippany Railway Museum by the Jersey Central Railway Historical Society... (more)
An Amtrak Empire Service train appears out of the cut alongside the Harlem River at Spuyten Duyvil behind an FL9 still in Penn Central paint.
A southbound train rolls along the Hudson River at New Hamburg, N.Y., on the former New York Central Water Level Route. Today the FL9 locomotive, the tower, and the bridge are all gone.
A veteran New Haven FL9 built in October of 1957 looks right at home under wire as it trails on the eastbound return trip of a Morristown & Erie Office C... (more)
Morristown & Erie Office Car Special
The Morristown & Erie operated a board of directors special on February 2, 2017. The train would run from Whippany to Randolph and return u... (more)