NJ - Whippany: Whippany Railway Museum - NYSW 150
The NYSW 150, a Whitcomb 20-tonner, was owned by the New York Susquehanna & Western. The ME1, a caboose, was owned by the Morristown Eerie Railroad.
The Whippany Railway Museum, at 1 Railroad Plaza at the junction of Route 10 West and Whippany Road, was opened on October 26, 1985. The open air museum, open Sundays only from April through October, includes a museum building, grounds and rolling stock collection. The museum was developed from the expansion of the former Pequannock Valley Transportation Museum, originally the Morris County Central Railroad Museum, which was started in 1965 on the the site of the Morris County Central, a steam tourist railroad.