The Toys For Tots train making its first stop of the day at Rockaway.
KV1 heads back to Rockaway with an SW1500 and single car.
The Dover & Rockaway River crew switches one of several plastic extruder companies located on the east end of the Dover & Rockaway Branch.
On a muggy August afternoon the Dover & Rockaway River crew switches a plastics extruder in Rockaway.
"Concrete for Tots"
Tri-State Trifecta: Three of the Tri-State Railway Historical Society's Cabooses pause for a photo stop amidst some emerging fall foliage along the Rockaway River. Raritan River Railroad... (more)
Leaf Peeper: Tri-State Railway Historical Society President Mike Del Vecchio snaps a photo of the Tri-State Members' Excursion during a photo stop along the Rockaway River. This location ... (more)
Testing the Waters: As the Tri-State Railway Historical Society Members' excursion makes a photo stop along the Rockaway River, a woman creates interesting ripples in the water by dumping ... (more)
On August 15 Tri-State Railway Historical Society hosted caboose shuttles on the D&R Branch, in conjunction with the annual Dover Street Festival.
Dover & Rockaway River DO-1 has completed the day's work and is passing the railroad's red bay window caboose.
Dover & Rockaway River DO-1 switches two plastic consignees in Rockaway.
NS 3010 pulls the Dover and Rockaway River Railroad edition of NJ Operation Toy Train through the Allied Concrete Co. in Rockaway, NJ.
The 2018 Toys for Tots train leaving Rockaway after its first stop of the day.