The Military Transportation Association's US Army 25 ton locomotive is on display at the Whippany Railway Museum. Behind are some of the Morristown & Erie's passenger car fleet.
This critter always is hanging around the shops at Morristown.
USA Plymouth 25 tonner 7299 and RRPX SSB1200 563 sit idle alongside the M&E shop.
Restored USA Davenport 7299 rests inside the M&E's Morristown shop.
The Military Truck Association is not only concerned about the preservation of highway vehicles, but also railroad equipment. This classic Plymouth was restored by the group. It will be on display... (more)
The Big and Small, One Size Fits All! A small Plymouth critter is coupled to a standard size Budd built passenger car, the Mt. Vernon. Although the size of the equipment is different, they all fi... (more)
USA Plymouth 7299 is posed next to the Whippany Railway Museum's Gil's Crossing. The structure Gil's Crossing pays tribute to Earle Gil, the founder of the Morris County Central Railroad. This rai... (more)
Big and small switchers are parked in front of the Morristown engine house. Restored USA Plymouth 7299 is the Morristown shop switcher while RRPX SSB1200 557 is being prepared for service in Baywa... (more)
Perhaps the most diminutive passenger train around! M&E's shop switcher shuffles around a privately-owned Pullman.