On Railroad Property with Permission: Tri-State Railway Historical Society members take advantage of a photo stop at one of the trestles crossing the Rockaway River during a rare excursion... (more)
Blowing Smoke: M&E 19 belches out smoke as it crosses the Rockaway River during a photo run and excursion for members of the Tri-State Railway Historical Society.
M&E's last active Alco, C424 18 switches the Morristown yard while M&E SW1500 20 is parked on the Hill. The M&E 18 will soon be retired. Fortunately, the former TP&W locomotive is destined for pr... (more)
M&E's last active Alco, C424 18, has returned to service after experiencing some electrical issues. The locomotive is viewed with a passenger train consist at Whippany.
Saturday morning in Whippany found (left to right) the Alexander Hamilton, Babbling Brook, and C424 18
After cutting out 2403, the remaining ALCO pair will be the power for the Carbondale run.
The Morristown & Erie's Cedar Knolls switcher is now C424 18, the last operating Alco on the railroad. It's parked next to a string of tank cars.
Locomotives gather at the Jefferson Road Team Track in Cedar Knolls, N.J.
Green Bay & Western C424 321 crosses South Biron Drive as it switches the paper mill at Biron, Wisconsin.
Working amidst piles of pulpwood, Green Bay & Western C424 321 switches the paper mill at Biron, Wisconsin. The Alco began life as Erie Lackawanna 2415, and ended up at the Livonia, Avon & Lakevil... (more)
An M&E tank car train bound for the CSX/Conrail interchange in Harrison, N.J. waits for a crew at Abbett Street in Morristown, N.J. On the rear of the train is SW1500 20.
M&E C424 18 rests for the weekend in front of the Morristown shop.
Twilight: Just about a week before A&M took delivery of its SD70ACe's, big ALCo lash up's were still the norm. Just after sunset a C424 and six C420's are readied at the shops area for a tr... (more)
WNYP 421 idles away in the former Erie Lackawana yard in Meadville.
M&E 18 tows M&E 19 and three empty tank cars west through Mt. Tabor. The 19 was purchased by Tri-State Railway Historical Society is headed for the URHS restoration facility in Boonton. Today's M... (more)