NS Dover Train with Morristown and Erie #18 on the Gladstone Branch.
Engineer Roger Post leads M&E 18 past a "parts unit" FL9 at the Cedar Knolls run-around track on a sunny early autumn morning.
M&E RS1 21 was to have been the power on today's Whippany Railway Museum caboose train. However, due to mechanical problems, SW1500 20 powered the train.
The caboose train is waiting for the resc... (more)
The Whippany Railway Museum has completed the cosmetic restoration of 4039.
"The Cedar Knolls Rocket?" In storage on the M&E is what appears to be a forlorn, abandoned passenger train. The FL9 is a parts unit (note part of the front numberboard has been removed)
M&E has prepared RS1 21 for the upcoming Whippany Railway Museum caboose trips on September 10 and 17. For information on how to obtain tickets, check out www.whippanyrailwaymuseum.org .
Holiday lineup of power at the Morristown enginehouse.
An ex-Amtrak FL9 inside the Morristown shop for wheel work.
Colorful lineup of locomotives
M&E boat-tail observation cars and historic cabooses are displayed at the Whippany Railway Museum.
The Whippany water tank has been ranked as one of the ten most endangered structures in Morris County, N.J.
Work continues on the repowering of former Sulzer locomotive 22.
M&E 20 has just completed switching freight customers on the Whippany Line.
M&E 21 waits for its turn inside the locomotive shop.
Maine Eastern F40PH 291 basks in the morning sunshine.