Morristown & Erie 489 was brought to Morristown on the point of a freight from Whippany where it was coupled in leading position. After arrival it negotiated the sharp curve down to the shops with... (more)
NJ Transit's equipment fleet was decimated by Superstorm Sandy. The railroad kept equipment in low lying areas in Kearny and Hoboken, only to get damaged by the tidal surge. A total of 63 locomoti... (more)
While waiting for the two big storms to hit the area, I dig through some pics to share. Morristown & Erie once had a cache of former Erie Mining RS-11 stored. They are since, long gone.
Morristown and Erie 18 putting together it's train for a series of excursions later in the day.
M&E GP9 22 has been pulled out of storage and sent to Morristown. This unit will provide wheels for SW1500 20.
Next to the 22 is the daily work horse locomotive, C424 18.
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)
A sleepy Saturday morning in Morristown finds the railroad's two road locomotives, C424 18 and 19, parked. On the left side is RRPX RS11 7205, a former Erie Mining unit that is for sale.
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)
Morristown and Erie 18 on the Dover and Rockaway branch.
The Whippany Railway Museum Santa Claus Special with Morristown & Erie C424 19. The special is crossing Merry Lane on it's way back to Whippany.
Morristown Erie C-424 18 has just pulled out onto NJ Transit's Morris & Essex Line from the Chester branch.
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.
Weekend lineup of power.