The Whippany Railway Museum is in the midst of the cosmetic retoration of former Morris County Central 2-8-0 385. The locomotive was recently donated to the museum by Joe Supor & Sons. It will be ... (more)
Former Morris County Central steam locomotives gather at the Whippany Railway Museum. The 385 is currently undergoing cosmetic restoration.
A wet snow falls in Harrison New Jersey as J. Supor Trucking & Rigging lugs the Morris County Central's Baldwin 2-8-0 and tender through the streets of urban New Jersey. The Morris County Central ... (more)
Morris County Central #385's journey is almost complete as it crosses over the Morristown & Erie on East Frederick Road in Cedar Knolls, NJ. The 385 is very familiar with this piece of track, as i... (more)
ON ITS WAY HOME... Former Morris County Central 2-8-0 #385 rides on an 80-wheel lowboy trailer to its eventual destination, the Whippany Railway Museum. Thanks to the Whippany Fire Department for ... (more)
The Whippany Railway Museum's 0-6-0 in its annual "Santa Claus" garb, replete with Christmas lights. Neighboring Rahway Valley 16 has a dash of holiday spirit with its wreath.
Sign of the season, Whippany Railway Museum has applied the St Claus face to steam locomotive 4039.
Ex-USA #4039's "face" shines brightly in the afternoon sun in Whippany.
Whippany Railway Museum has painted a horizontal red stripe on several Comet I coaches recently acquired from NJ Transit.
MCC 4039 sitting lonely on a warm fall night.
Fall is in the air at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Whippany Railway Museum has repainted 0-6-0 4039.
MCC 4039 is in primer paint.
Tis Christmas Eve and ole St. Nick is getting ready to make his rounds! It's St. Claus face on MCC 4039.
Ho-Ho-Ho... Santa is here, on the front of MCC 0-6-0 4039.