This Consolidation was built by Baldwin in 1916 for the Oneida & Western Railway. Acquired by Rahway Valley in 1937, it worked New Jersey rails until 1953.
Abandoned remnants of the Rahway Valley Railroad Maplewood Branch. The branch line reached a length of nearly 4 miles and served numerous types of customers such as coal, lumber, building products... (more)
United Railroad Historical Society and M&E owned locomotives were temporarily in storage at the Troy Hills yard during April.
All these locomotives have departed this location. The sleigh is in s... (more)
A pair of 70-ton locomotives from the long-defunct Rahway Valley Railroad sit where they have been moved, across the street from the Whippany Railway Museum they now call home.
Fall colors surround the remnants of the Rahway Valley Railroad. This track was abandoned in 1992 and sat dormant for over ten years. A revitalization project was started to bring the line back in... (more)
Fall Foliage hides the former Rahway Valley Railroad's 93 foot trestle across the Rahway River, linking Union and Springfield. This structure has not seen a train in nearly 30 years. The trestle w... (more)
Restored Rahway Valley GE70 ton locomotives 16 and 17 gleam in the afternoon sun at the Whippany Railway Museum. The locomotives are on exhibit on a nice looking photo freight featuring a SOO Line... (more)
Winter storm Quantam has just dropped several inches of new snow in New Jersey. Rahway Valley GE70 ton locomotive 17 is basking on the sun and fresh snow at the Whippany Railway Museum.
The former Rahway Valley Railroad's 93 foot trestle across the Rahway River, linking Union and Springfield, has not seen a train in nearly 20 years. The trestle was constructed in 1905 as part of... (more)
Rahway Valley 16 is crossing the busy U.S. Route 22 grade crossing in Union with one empty MEC boxcar in tow for the Conrail interchange. This railroad has been abandoned and the grade crossing re... (more)
Historic equipment meet at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Looks like the Rahway Valley 16 is prepared to pull a string of cabooses. Not really... the 16 is on attached to the rear end of the Whippany Railway Musuem's caboose train. This caboose train wil... (more)
The sun peeks between an heavy layer of clouds to illuminate a trio of historic diesel locomotives.
Perhaps the most colorful and eclectic group of switchers that can be seen together today! Classic GE and EMD switchers are on display at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Restored former PRR N5C caboose is on display at the Whippany Railway Museum.