One of two Whitcomb gasoline powered industrial switchers purchased by the Q from the US Army to work the piers in Edgewater, NJ after WWII.
M&E SW1500 20 is parked in Whippany overnight.
M&E RS1 21 is coupled to Rahway Valley GE70 ton 16 and a string of cabooses on the run-around track.
A broadside of M&E 21 on a beautiful fall morning.
M&E RS1 21 has returned to Whippany after spending two months at the Morristown shop.
Rahway Valley 70 tonner shines in the morning sun as # 16.
M&E FL9 488 and 489 power a special passenger train.
M&E RS11 7215 poses in Whippany, N.J. These unit has subsequently been reassigned to the Bayway Refinery.
M&E SW1500 20 is on the run around track, coupled to a string of caboose. Facing the 20 is recently restored Rahway Valley GE70 ton locomotive 16.
The Whippany Railway Museum's Pumpkinliner excursion prepares to depart the museum site.
Restored Rahway Valley GE70 ton 16 and M&E gang car TC1 are on display at the museum.
Restored NYS&W Whitcomb 150 is on display at the Whippany Railway Museum. Supposedly this unit once saw service at the SeaTrain facility in Edgewater, N.J.
The Whippany Railway Museum has completed its cosmetic restoration of Rahway Valley GE 70-ton number 16.
Reflecting the Museum's upcoming Pumpkin Festival, Morristown & Erie 18 rests amidst signs of the fall season.
M&E 18 rests with Maine Eastern F40PH 265 at Whippany.