Passengers wait at the Whippany Railway Museum as a M&E Alco pulls the first caboose excursion of the day into the boarding area.
The M&E crew has doubled onto the Whippany Railway Museum's caboose train. Today the museum hosted caboose trips over the Whippany Line to Roseland, N.J.
M&E 18 is returning back to the Morristown engine house.
On an otherwise cloudy day, the sun briefly illuminates the weekend lineup of equipment in Morristown.
The weekend finds both active M&E C424s idle at the Morristown shop complex.
Both of the Morristown & Erie's C424s are posed nicely for the camera outside their shop facility in Morristown.
The cabs for the pair of Morristown & Erie C424s lined up just outside their shop facility.
The Morristown & Erie's shop under the cover of night.
"ALCOs by Night"
The same pair of C424s only a few hours later under the cover of night.
"ALCOs by Day"
Both of the Morristown & Erie's C424s were outside their shop in Morristown today soaking up some afternoon sun.
A rust colored spider tries best to blend with its surroundings, crawling up a handbrake wheel back to its web on a vintage 1962 Southern Railway bulkhead flatcar.
Morristown & Erie No. 14 switches in Roseland as part of a "Working On the Railroad" excursion sponsored by the Jersey Central Railway Historical Society.
"A Sore Thumb"
A bright red Morristown & Erie Alco stands out like a bright red sore thumb at NJ Transit's MMC yard.
C&K Scrap Metal is scrapping M&E RS11 7215 and C424 4216 at the railroad's Morristown yard. Components of the 7215 are awaiting movement to C&K's Newark processing facility.
The west facing M&E 18 basks in the afternoon sunshine on the interchange track in Morristown.