Historic equipment meet at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Looks like the Rahway Valley 16 is prepared to pull a string of cabooses. Not really... the 16 is on attached to the rear end of the Whippany Railway Musuem's caboose train. This caboose train wil... (more)
The sun peeks between an heavy layer of clouds to illuminate a trio of historic diesel locomotives.
Perhaps the most colorful and eclectic group of switchers that can be seen together today! Classic GE and EMD switchers are on display at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Restored former PRR N5C caboose is on display at the Whippany Railway Museum.
RV 13 at the shops. Ansco color/color corrected in P/S
RV 16 works a cut of cars. Ansco color/color corrected in P/S
Bright red Rahway Valley 70 tonner 16 is posed next to a flaming tree.
Restored RV 16 is posed next to the classic train order signal.
Originally built as #20 for the Oneida & Western Railroad in Oneida, TN. She was then sold to the Rahway Valley and renumbered. I developed a special fondness for this little loco that was once us... (more)
Classic railroad equipment, including Rahway Valley 17 and a SOO Line wood refrigerator car, await restoration.
After the Delaware Otsego Corp. (NYS&W) takeover of the Rahway Valley, RV 17 was briefly used on Southern Division locals. WS-1 is about to pull an empty tank car from the Hoboken Paints siding o... (more)
Rahway Valley 70 tonner shines in the morning sun as # 16.
Rahway Valley #16 finds a home after working the five mile run from Cranford to Springfield, NJ.