One member of the M&E rail crew is getting the keys ready to unlock the derailer, while another crew member heads over to open the gates for exchanging tankers at Anderol (a division of Chemtura),
On a dreary Fall day, M&E's MO-1 crosses the Rockaway River with two empty freight cars in tow.
The M&E Dover & Rockaway local is seen here crossing the Rockaway River in its namesake town.
M&E C424 18 rests during the weekend at the Morristown shop.
NJT Dover to New York train 6916 cruises through the Baker Interlocking, as leaves fly through the air. The train is approaching the Morristown station.
M&E 18 and 19 are running push-pull, with one tank car in the middle. The train is heading east, toward Cedar Knolls.
Rockaway River Foliage
The Morristown & Erie MX-21 job slowly crosses the Rockaway River with ME #19 for power hauling 6 empties bound for interchange in Harrison with CSX. Onc... (more)
Departing Eastbound at West Dewey
The MO-1 has just entered New Jersey Transit tracks at Lake Junction and begins to proceed Eastbound as the crew has 6 empties in tow destined... (more)
The Golden Leaf Road
An extra Morristown & Erie job job out of Morristown, ME MX-21 is heading for Lake Junction with four empties in tow. With the foliage at peak colors in No... (more)
Weekend at the Morristown shop finds RRPX SSB1200 563, M&E C424 18, and a NJ Transit Comet V coach for contract Alstom work.
M&E 18 is powering the last Whippany Railway Museum excursion train of the season. The 4:00 p.m. train is returning back to Whippany as it approaches the Ridgedale Avenue crossing.
M&E 18 is powering the last Whippany Railway Museum excursion train of the season. The 4:00 p.m. train is returning back to Whippany as it approaches the Merry Lane crossing.
M&E 18 is powering the last Whippany Railway Museum excursion train of the season. The 4:00 p.m. train is returning back to Whippany.
A fall excursion sponsored by the Whippany Railway Museum returns to Whippany after a quick run to Roseland. The consist includes several historic cabooses, with the former Jersey Central Lines ... (more)