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.
Morristown & Erie 18 heading to the Whippany Railway Museum for a day of excursions.
Washington Terminal SW1 738 is parked for the night at Gil's Crossing.
Former New York Central Railroad observation car Babbling Brook rests in front of the M&E Whippany station.
The headlight from Southern 385 illuminates recently restored caboose NYS&W 0112 at the Whippany Railway Museum. This caboose was purchased from Susquehanna by the Morristown & Erie in 1982 and o... (more)
Whippany Railway Museum's 3:00 p.m. Easter Bunny Train is ready to depart Whippany.
Take a careful look and you'll find the Easter Bunny in front of the second passenger car.
Magnificently restored former Southern 2-8-0 385 is the centerpiece of the Whippany Railway Museum. During the late 1960s and early 1970s the 385 was on the roster of the Morris County Central Rai... (more)
Classic RS1 21 sits idle near the Route 10 grade crossing. This previous evening's snow storm blanketed the locomotive with a coating of frozen moisture.
Morristown and Erie 18 putting together it's train for a series of excursions later in the day.
M&E Corporate Look.. A classic observation car next to M&E C424 18. The observation car is the former Western Railway of Alabama Royal Palace. The car was constructed by Pullman-Standard in 1949... (more)
M&E RS1 21 is gleaming in the setting sun. Alongside is a former Reading Company business car. Two classic pieces of railroad equipment on display near the Whippany Railway Museum.
The 4:00 p.m. Easter Bunny run is departing the Whippany Railway Museum.
M&E 18 quietly idles through a cold December evening. The next day it will be busy hauling trainloads of happy children on the Santa Claus Special. In the background is M&E Railbus #10, on exhibit... (more)
Maine Eastern FL9 489 appears to be on a Whippsny Railway Museum caboose train. Actually, the classic cab unit is merely on display at the museum site.
Maine Eastern FL9 489 poses near the classic Whippany water tank.