Tourist & Museum Railways in
Former Pennsylvania Reading Seashore Lines Budd RDC1 #M-407
at 4-H Fairgrounds Station on the Cape May Seashore Lines.
- Black River & Western Railroad Flemington
to Ringoes, about 5 miles (8km). Very occasional services and private
charters operate the entire line between Ringoes and Three Bridges,
about 9 miles (14km). Standard gauge, steam or diesel hauled. Operates
weekends late May to October, also during the Easter holidays and before
Christmas. For the regular summer service, passengers may join at either
terminus. Also operates freight services.
- Cape May Seashore Lines Tuckahoe to Richland,
about 15 miles (25km). Operates on a few days each year for the general
public, at other times by private charter.Public services by historic
rail diesel cars. Charter trains may use these or diesel locomotive
- Delaware River
Railroad Phillipsburg to Carpenterville, about 5 miles (7 km)
on the tracks of Belvidere & Delaware River Railway. Standard gauge,
steam or diesel hauled. Operates weekends May to October, also during the
Easter holidays and before Christmas
- Pine Creek Railroad New Jersey Museum of
Transportation, Wall, to Allaire State Park. Standard gauge, diesel
hauled. Operates daily in July and August
Railroad Historians museum in Phillipsburg open to the public
a few days each year, offers diesel hauled caboose rides on a short
section of standard gauge track within the museum grounds, and
steam hauled rides on a 9.44 inch (240 mm) gauge miniature railroad
about ¾ mile (1.3 km) in length
Rail railbikes (pedal powered rail speeders) from Cape May to
Cold Spring, about 2 miles (3 km) on the tracks of Cape May Seashore
Lines. Operates weekends and certain other days mid May to late October,
daily late June to early September.
- Whippany Railway Museum Whippany to Roseland,
about 5 miles (8 km) on the tracks of Morristown & Erie Railway.
Standard gauge, diesel hauled. Train formed of historic cabooses.
Operates typically 1 or 2 days each month from March to December
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