Maine Eastern FL9 489 and 488 have just finished work for the day. The are parked next to one of the former Federal Paperboard warehouses, which was once a big revenue supply for the M&E.
M&E SW1500 2354 is coupled to a passenger consist in front of the classic Whippany station.
Fallen flags meet on the Morristown & Erie.
M&E 20 is parked on the station track in Whippany. Adorning the locomotive is a large banner for a Graduation train operated the previous day, for two M&E employees who recently graduated from col... (more)
Morristown & Erie C424 18 and tank cars are parked on the Whippany Line, waiting for a crew on Monday morning. Surrounding the train are various M&E and Whippany Railway Museum cars.
ME 19 has just crossed Troy Hills Rd and is approaching the Whippany Railway Museum with its final excursion train on the M&E. Number 19 has already been purchased by the Tri-State Historical Soc... (more)
On a rainy Sunday, ME 19 leads its final excursion on the Morristown and Erie past stored passenger equipment on the railroad's Troy Hills team track. Number 19 has already been purchased by the ... (more)
Reflecting on Decades of Service
As a result of the efforts put forth by the Tri-State Railway Historical Society and the Morristown & Erie Railway both M&E 19/18 were lashed u... (more)
A pair of "Lehigh Valley" F7s pose at the Whippany Railway Museum. The pair are ex-Chicago & North Western and were put into Cornell Red for display by the United Railroad Historical Soc... (more)
An extra crew was called on this Sunday morning to handle a short train of equipment from storage on the M&E in Whippany to the URHS facility in Boonton, NJ. M&E 18 was in the lead heading west ba... (more)
M&E 18 rolls across the Whippany River en route to Troy Hills to pickup URHS equipment destined for Boonton, N.J.
The Whippany Railway Museum Easter Bunny Train heads back out on its last run to East Hanover. There is another Maine Eastern FL9 on the other end of the cars.
The Whippany Railway Museum Easter Bunny Train returns from its trip up the line.
The Whippany Railway Museum Easter Bunny Train loads passengers at the Whippany station.
A pair of 70-ton locomotives from the long-defunct Rahway Valley Railroad sit where they have been moved, across the street from the Whippany Railway Museum they now call home.