With white class lights displayed, M&E MO-1 makes a run for the CSX interchange at Kearny Jct on the Center Street Branch with one empty bulkhead flat car in tow. The tr... (more)
Smoke 'em if you got 'em. Morristown & Erie C424 #18 clears its throat of a bit of carbon as is moves an empty center beam car over the old Lackawanna Chester Branch.
Likely running out its final days as Morristown & Erie continues to rely more and more on its MP15s, the railroad's last operating C424 passes over Route 46 just after crossing Ferromonte Jct, run... (more)
M&E MO-1 heads east on the Morristown Line back to the HQ in Morristown after switching customers on the Chester Branch.
Lake Junction Set Out
At this point the MO-1 has a ten car train assembled at Lake Junction however the crew had to set out the head two cars as they were not bound for either ... (more)
The Last ALCO
The only active ALCO on the Morristown & Erie has the honors of leading the Board of Directors special back to Whippany on a mild February afternoon. With the exc... (more)
Winter Tree Tunnel
After a quick lunch break at Joey's pizza in Kenvil the MO-1 is back on the move and heads for Lake Junction with an empty center beam in tow. The train is p... (more)
Lake Junction Pick Up
The MO-1 picks up three tank cars which have been stored at Lake Junction. They will proceed to pick up one more stored hopper before grabbing an empty ce... (more)
The Morristown based, MO-1 has completed their work on the Chester Branch and heads East with the Maine Eastern 764 and five cars from Lake Junction, all bound for ... (more)
With the ALCOs seemingly getting closer and closer to no longer being the M&E's main power (if at all), I took advantage of Tuesday's MO-1 run and gave them a chase in the Dover area. Here they ar... (more)
With the ALCOs seemingly getting closer and closer to no longer being the M&E's main power (if at all), I took advantage of Tuesday's MO-1 run and gave them a chase in the Dover area. They headed... (more)
And back to what I like to see, M&E ALCO C424 #18 leads 9 loads through Morris Plains, NJ in a quick snow storm.
One member of the M&E rail crew is getting the keys ready to unlock the derailer, while another crew member heads over to open the gates for exchanging tankers at Anderol (a division of Chemtura),
The M&E Dover & Rockaway local is seen here crossing the Rockaway River in its namesake town.
Weekend at the Morristown shop finds RRPX SSB1200 563, M&E C424 18, and a NJ Transit Comet V coach for contract Alstom work.