"A Less Fortunate Future..."
While the RRPX 563 had a successful first day back in service, the railroads other SSB1200 appears to need a lot of work before returning to servic... (more)
Having set out their freight cars at the Transload site in Whippany, the Morristown and Erie local proceeds East with only the Alexander Hamilton in tow.... (more)
"Five Way Intersection"
With 4 freight cars and the Alexander Hamilton in tow, the Morristown and Erie Local heads East as it crosses the busy Ridgedale Ave crossing. As though... (more)
"Only on the Morristown and Erie..."
Shortly after departing Morristown, the M&E local had stopped to pick up two tank cars as well as two bulkhead flatcars. After picking up t... (more)
"Fresh out of Morristown"
The Morristown and Erie has recently completed work on their ex-Amtrak/Santa Fe SSB1200 and Alexander Hamilton Private car. The switcher is going to B... (more)
Short timers. The 552, 485 and 486's days were numbered when I took this. The FL9s were Amtrak's oldest active road power at the time. Although they were no longer regularly used in passenger s... (more)
Ex-AT&SF SW1200 rebuilt by AT&SF into a SSB1200 sold to Amtrak in 1984. The F7A is a Maryland DOT (MARC) commuter train engine.
Ex-AT&SF SW1200 rebuilt by AT&SF into a SSB1200 sold to Amtrak in 1984. 555 is still in AT&SF colors. The other switcher is 551.
Ex-AT&SF SW1200 rebuilt by AT&SF into a SSB1200 sold to Amtrak in 1984.
RRPX 563 leads an interesting collection of locomotives, being blanked by the falling snow.
RRPX SSB1200 563 and RS11 7210 gather at the M&E's Morristown sho0. The 7210 has subsequently been acquired by the Northampton Development Corporation in Northampton, Pa.
Several inches of snow fell in the morning, blanketing the M&E's Morristown engine facility.
An old gal, still goin strong! Shortly after bring the Private car "Cyrus K Holiday" from the Kirkam St. Coach Yard, 794 awaits signal indication to head back to the confines of the coach yard.
Early fall colors at Lake Junction includes a bright red EMD switcher.