M&E 20 and a former NS MP15AC are parked in Morristown on Sunday morning.
Morristown & Erie C424 19 basks in the sunshine outside the Morristown engine house Replacement unit is viewed on the right, SW1500 20. The 19, retired during November 2016, has been purchased by ... (more)
Morristown & Erie C424 19, retired during November 2016, has been purchased by the Tri-State Railway Historical Society. The otherwise operating locomotive is in need of a new wheel set. The new w... (more)
Rare Mileage Morristown & Erie Freight
On a beautiful Spring morning Morristown & Erie's daily local crew was tasked with making an unusual run West of Lake Junction on NJ Tran... (more)
Eastbound on the Dover & Rockaway
Having made an unusual start Eastbound from NJ Transits Port Morris yard MO-1 heads up the Dover & Rockaway Branch with a loaded gondola and a... (more)
The Morristown based MO-1 treads lightly across a puddle of water which has accumulated over the right of way after making a delivery to Triumph Plastics in Moun... (more)
Switching at the Standard Supply siding in Cedar Knolls.
Morristown & Erie Double Header
While the days of seeing the Morristown & Erie's iconic pair of ALCos working road assignments are over with the retiring of no. 19 last year th... (more)
Push-Pull High Bridge Branch Local
As the plant life along the High Bridge Branch comes back to life with fresh rain falling, a Morristown & Erie freight trundles through a qua... (more)
M&E MO-1 moves west with three tank cars in tow. In the background is the former Whippany Paper Board water tank.
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 approaches the Ridgefield Avenue grade crossing with URHS equipment destined for Boonton, N.J.
M&E 18 rolls across the Whippany River en route to Troy Hills to pickup URHS equipment destined for Boonton, N.J.
M&E MO-1 returns to Morristown after delivering two empty freight cars to Conrail in Harrison, N.J.