An overnight snow has blanketed BL2 54. Snow flakes are still falling, causing a silo effect in the sky.
M&E crew is switching the team track in Hanover.
Two generations of ALCOs, an RS3 and a C636, meet.
Freshly fallen snow covers M&E 18. In a few hours this locomotive will lead the Whippany Railway Museum's Santa Train to Roseland.
Toys for Tots train is arriving in Flanders, the first of four Morris County stops during the day.
The Whippany Railway Museum has completed the restoration of classic Texaco Fireless Cooker 7240.
M&E C424 18 and 18 whisk two passenger cars toward Morristown. The sunny skies of early afternoon have been overtaken by thick clouds.
Sitting out front of the M&E Shops in Morristown are (from left to right) a former Amtrak FL-9 and former Amtrak coach, an MLW C424, and an Alco C424 with a former NJ Transit Comet I Coach.
The Whippany Railway Museum has splashed a coat of primer on their former Texaco Oil Fireless Cooker locomotive. Note the big smoke box on the small locomotive.
M&E 4216 has returned to Morristown after spending several years in storage at a nearby rail siding. Plans are to place this classic MLW locomotive back into service.
The afternoon sun shines on the lineup of nicely restored equipment at the Whippany Railway Museum.
A bounty of locomotives surround the M&E's shop on a pleasant spring day. Along the wall is an array of spare parts, including truck frames and wheel sets for future repair projects.
Cosmetically restored Southern Railway 2-8-0 385 poses next to M&E RS1 21. Two classic locomotives from a bygone era.
M&E 18 is parked outside the enginehouse for the weekend.