Norfolk Southern's Safety Train is parked at the dormant Stiles Street Yard in Linden, N.J. The railroad will host safety classes in Linden, from May 16 through 18. A NJ Transit train scoots by th... (more)
M&E 20 and a former NS MP15AC are parked in Morristown on Sunday morning.
A New York bound NJ Transit passes the dormant Conrail Stiles Street Yard in Linden. This yard had served the nearby General Motors assembly plant. This assembly plant has subsequently closed and ... (more)
In between a restored Lackawanna caboose and a former Jersey Central RDC-1 is Liberty Historic Railway's GE 45 ton locomotive. This scene is at the United Railroad Historical Society's storage yar... (more)
Morristown & Erie C424 19 basks in the sunshine outside the Morristown engine house Replacement unit is viewed on the right, SW1500 20. The 19, retired during November 2016, has been purchased by ... (more)
Morristown & Erie C424 19, retired during November 2016, has been purchased by the Tri-State Railway Historical Society. The otherwise operating locomotive is in need of a new wheel set. The new w... (more)
Yellow Jacket sandwich cruises past the engine terminal, headed for the MC Yard,
Classic high hood GP38-2 5164 rests at the NYS&W Ridgefield Park engine terminal.
This nicely restored Dunmore built caboose is posed next to the former NYS&W Newfoundland station. The caboose was constructed in 1946. This class of caboose replaced the Erie's fleet of wood cabo... (more)
Switching at the Standard Supply siding in Cedar Knolls.
M&E MO-1 moves west with three tank cars in tow. In the background is the former Whippany Paper Board water tank.
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)
M&E 18 approaches the Ridgefield Avenue grade crossing with URHS equipment destined for Boonton, N.J.
M&E 18 rolls across the Whippany River en route to Troy Hills to pickup URHS equipment destined for Boonton, N.J.