The Big and Small, One Size Fits All! A small Plymouth critter is coupled to a standard size Budd built passenger car, the Mt. Vernon. Although the size of the equipment is different, they all fi... (more)
The Whippany Railway Museum is in the midst of the cosmetic retoration of former Morris County Central 2-8-0 385. The locomotive was recently donated to the museum by Joe Supor & Sons. It will be ... (more)
Alcos from two generations meet after hours at the Whippany Railway Museum. The 0-6-0 was constructed in the 1940s and the RS1 during the 1950s.
USA Plymouth 7299 is posed next to the Whippany Railway Museum's Gil's Crossing. The structure Gil's Crossing pays tribute to Earle Gil, the founder of the Morris County Central Railroad. This rai... (more)
Former Morris County Central steam locomotives gather at the Whippany Railway Museum. The 385 is currently undergoing cosmetic restoration.
M&E Alcos congregate in Whippany.
M&E Alcos gather in Whippany.
It's train time in Whippany! M&E RS1 21 is posed in front of the station, prepared to haul the Whippany Railway Museum's caboose trains later in the day. M&E's Birken is parked on the house track,... (more)
Classic M&E RS1 21 will be the Whippany Railway Museum's caboose hops this Sunday. For more information visit www.whippanyrailwaymuseum.net .
Morristown and Erie Alco C424 #18 leads the 2 p.m. "Easter Bunny Express" excursion train back to the Whippany Railway Museum, where it will drop off passengers and get ready to head out on its 3 ... (more)
The 2:00 p.m. Whippany Railway Musem Easter Bunny train has just returned to the station. On an otherwise cloudy and rainy day, a brief burst of sunshine illuminates the train.
The sun peeks between an heavy layer of clouds to illuminate a trio of historic diesel locomotives.
Perhaps the most colorful and eclectic group of switchers that can be seen together today! Classic GE and EMD switchers are on display at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Snow blankets SW1 738 after a major snow storm dumped several inches of snow, on February 22.
Today was the first major snowstorm of 2008, dumping a few inches of snow in Northern New Jersey. WT SW1 738 is being blanketed by the snow.