Restored RV 70-tonner 16 and never-yet-run M&E GP9m 22 sun themselves on this winter Valentine's Day.
Equipment on display at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Lineup of displays at the Whippany Railway Museum.
M&E SW1500 20 is on the run around track, coupled to a string of caboose. Facing the 20 is recently restored Rahway Valley GE70 ton locomotive 16.
Restored Rahway Valley GE70 ton 16 and M&E gang car TC1 are on display at the museum.
The Whippany Railway Museum has completed its cosmetic restoration of Rahway Valley GE 70-ton number 16.
The Whippany Railway Museum has completed the lettering of RV 16. Finishing touches will complete the restoration of this historic, circa 1951, locomotive.
DIMINUTIVE DIESELS: Rahway Valley GE 70-ton 16 (under restoration) is passed by restored US Armed Service Plymouth switcher 7299 at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Rahway Valley 16 gets its classy yellow stripes, and awaits its cab lettering.
A broadside view of recently "striped" Rahway Valley GE 70-tonner number 16 at the Whippany Railway Museum.
THE METAMORPHASIS BEGINS: Rahway Valley number 16 is now resplendant in its as-delivered paint scheme of red and black. The finishing touches will be the yellow lettering and sidesill markings.
A neatly primered Rahway Valley 16 sits alongside the Morristown & Erie mainline at Whippany. The unit has undergone much work by Whippany Railway Museum members Alan Wishengrad and Terence Mullig... (more)
RV 16 departs from the Conrail interchange with an Illinois Central boxcar in tow.
At the Whippany Railway Museum, to be restored cosmetically in 2005.