The former New York Central observation car Babbling Brook is parked next the magnificent Whippany passenger train station.
Shortly Morristown and Erie 18, will back down into the station area, and begin loading passengers for the first Eater Bunny trip of the day.
Morristown & Erie C424 18, getting it's train together, for the first Easter Bunny Train trip of the day.
Whippany Railway Museum's restored former EL/NJDOT Pullman-Standard control car 5119 is adjacent to one of M&E's former Amtrak FL9 locomotives.
The C424 picks up the new acquisition 488 at Whippany. Finally, the last leg of the freight to Morristown will find both FL-9 in the lead.
Switching chores with historic equipment (some will include the C424 as well...).
Southern #385 is dressed for the holiday and the recent snowfall adds to the spirit. Merry Christmas everyone!
The Whippany Railway Museum's 2:00 p.m. Santa Train has just departed the museum. The train is going upgrade toward Troy Hill Road. Leading today's train is one of the railroad's two former TP&W C... (more)
The fall foliage behind cosmetically restored Southern 2-8-0 385 is looking splendid.
This former SOO Line RS1 had seen service on the Whippany Railway Museum caboose trains up until a few years ago. The Morristown & Erie sidelined this locomotive due to mechanical issues, and it i... (more)
M&E 18 putting its train together for a day of excursions out of the Whippany Railway Museum.
The M&E 18 is passing Whippany Railway Museum's wood D&H caboose.
The M&E crew is switching cabooses at the Whippany Railway Museum.
SOU 385 sits at the Whippany Rail Museum, This steamer was restored to its Southern livery. Built in 1907, It had two owners Southern and Morris County Central.
M&E 18 is coupled to the Jersey Coast while preparing the day's excursion train. Alongside are the two preserved Rahway Valley GE 70 ton locomotives.