M&E C424 18 and NS GP40-2 3010 are parked in front of the engine house on a quiet Sunday morning. Both locomotives saw service on a special train for Veterans of War on the previous day. Alongside... (more)
M&E 18 and NS GP40-2 3010 have just left the Morristown shop and are running lite to Whippany. At Whippany the units will power a special passenger train for disabled Veterans of War.
Morristown & Erie has reactivated former Washington Terminal SW1 738. The classic switcher is moving a former Reading Company business car.
Former New York Central Railroad observation car Babbling Brook rests in front of the M&E Whippany station.
On a quiet Saturday morning a lineup of classic rail equipment is posed in front of the Morristown engine house. From right-to-left is work-a-day locomotive C424 18, ex Washington Terminal SW1 738... (more)
Sharing the tight confine of the Morristown enginehouse is SW1500 20 and WT SW1 738. The 20 is back from the Bayway Refinery for emergency repair while the SW1 is being prepped for sale.
M&E 19 rounds the sharp curve approaching Abbett Avenue as it passes an old oil company structure that now house the M&E's maintenance department.
M&E 19 has returned to Morristown with a short freight train.
Both of Morristown & Erie's former TP&W C424s plus RRPX 563, a former Santa Fe SSB1200, spend a Saturday evening outside the M&E shop complex in Morristown. Lighting is courtesy of the adjacent s... (more)
M&E 18 is returning to Morristown as it passes a stored passenger car at the Jefferson Road team track.
While Morristown & Erie 18 is out performing the day's duties, it's sister C424 number 19 and RRPX SW1200 563 are shut down back at home base in Morristown until their next assignments. M&E SW1 73... (more)
It's a sea of Red in Morristown. A Sunday morning lineup finds M&E C424 18, RRPX SSB1200 563, and M&E C424 19 in front of the engine house.
M&E 18 and former Canadian National lunch counter car Birken are in front of the Morristown engine house on a quiet Sunday morning.
The 2:00 p.m. Easter Bunny Express is climbing upgrade from the Passaic River trestle and is crossing Merry Lane. The train is returning back to its terminus in Whippany.