M&E C424 18 prepares to power the Whippany Railway Museum's caboose train to East Hanover.
MCC 4039 is in primer paint.
M&E 21 remains out of service due to an air leak in the brake system.
M&E 20 is ready to take the Whippany Railway Museum's caboose hop east toward the Passaic River trestle in East Hanover, N.J.
Afternoon view of restored equipment.
Easter Sunday view at the Whippany Railway Museum.
M&E RS1 21 is on display next to the classic semaphore signal.
Maine Eastern GP10 764 is parked on the runaround track. Unit will likely see service on April 15's Eastern Bunny train.
M&E 21 and a privately owned former New York Central caboose bask in the warm spring sunshine.
A hole of sunshine briefly illuminates the RS1 on an otherwise mostly cloudy day.
In 2005 the Whippany Railway Museum repainted M&E RS1 21 into an attractive paint scheme. If resources allow, plans are to repaint Rahway Valley 17 into the original, as delivered, green livery.
A cold winter day at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Equipment on display at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Tri-State Railway Historical Society's DL&W 896 is among several well preserved cabooses on display at the Whippany Railway Museum.