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.
ON ITS WAY HOME... Former Morris County Central 2-8-0 #385 rides on an 80-wheel lowboy trailer to its eventual destination, the Whippany Railway Museum. Thanks to the Whippany Fire Department for ... (more)
Locomotive leasing firm RRPX has purchased Amtrak's Washington Terminal livery SW1 738, along with SW1 742. The 738 is shown in storage on the Morristown & Erie Railway.
The latest addition to the Morristown & Erie roster are these two ex-Amtrak SW1s, both of Penn Central heritage. The 738 is to be restored to operation, while sister unit 742 will be cannibalized ... (more)
The latest acquisitions of the Morristown & Erie, two venerable EMD SW1's, acquired from Amtrak have just been dropped off in the Whippany station area by the Whippany line local freight.
Whippany Railway Museum has decorated 4039 as Santa.
RRPX 563 has just completed switching Whippany and is preparing to return to Morristown.
Maine Eastern 488 has returned to New Jersey. The M&E plans to assign the classic cab unit to the Whippany Railway Museum's Santa Claus trains during the next few weekends.
Restored NYS&W Whitcomb 150 is on display at the Whippany Railway Museum. This unit once saw service at the SeaTrain facility in Edgewater, N.J.
Fall foliage adds color to the displays at the Whippany Railway Museum. M&E RS1 21 is back on exhibit, after service on Tri-State Railway Historical's Dover caboose hops. The former M&E railbus ha... (more)
A line of cabooses by the listing water tower...
Still painted for Royal Rail - this colorful obs car sits at the museum yard