A visitor wadles through Whippany, inspecting the soon to be restored Rahway Valley 17.
A late winter snow storm is blanketing former Morris County Central equipment on display at the Whippany Railway Museum.
This would be my favorite vehicle, omitting a 1951 hotrodded Hudson Hornet. Imagine leading a pack of speeders on an excursion.
Harken back to the Golden Age...
Freshly fallen snow covers M&E 18. In a few hours this locomotive will lead the Whippany Railway Museum's Santa Train to Roseland.
The Whippany Railway Museum has completed the restoration of classic Texaco Fireless Cooker 7240.
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.
The afternoon sun shines on the lineup of nicely restored equipment at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Cosmetically restored Southern Railway 2-8-0 385 poses next to M&E RS1 21. Two classic locomotives from a bygone era.
Whippany Railway Museum's Easter Bunny train waiting for the first departure of the day.
Morristown and Erie Alco RS-1 #21 at the Whippany Railway Museum on the first full day of spring, 2009.
Maine Eastern FL9 489 has returned to New Jersey. The unit is shown in Whippany.
It's not Spring yet, but we're getting a nice color show here! Maine Eastern FL9 #489 has returned to the Morristown & Erie for maintenance work in the "off-season." Whippany Railway Museum's nice... (more)
Southern Railway 2-8-0 385 looks splendid after the recent cosmetic restoration by the Whippany Railway Museum.
The holiday season is here and a part of an annual tradition the Whippany Railway Museum has decorated the 4039 as ole' St. Nick.