If you’re not familiar with the Whippany Railway Museum, it is a great little spot that works to preserve some of New Jersey’s railroad history, and is likely where you’ll find the next generation of young railfans, riding in historic train cars and meeting up with Santa and the Easter Bunny. The museum is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and in order to celebrate they’re offering things like a railway hobby show, and 1956 prices on excursions. On Sundays where no excursions are taking place, the CNJ club car “Jersey Coast” will be hosting some photography exhibits.

My article in the April issue of Railfan & Railroad
My article in the April issue of Railfan & Railroad

If you haven’t heard already, I have a pretty big article in April’s Railfan & Railroad Magazine, featuring my explorations of the railway in Chornobyl’s Exclusion Zone. On April 26th, the 29th anniversary of the Chornobyl Disaster, I’ll be showing my photos from that adventure at Whippany, along with some copies of the magazine. So be sure to check out the April edition of Railfan & Railroad (which if you’re a subscriber, started mailing last week), and come out and visit Whippany for their 50th anniversary, and my showing of photos on Sunday, April 26th!

       
Photos from Saturday’s Easter Bunny Trains at Whippany

2 Responses

  1. Al Cyone says:

    Congratulations on the article. I see you also had an article in the January issue.

  2. Tyler says:

    I just read the April Railfan. Very nice piece! Having read your Radioactive Railroad website twice, I was most struck by the new section on your reaction to the surreality of it all.

    I read a piece in National Geographic last summer about a medical train in Siberia that you might find interesting. Fair warning, it’s pretty grim: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2014/06/siberian-train/yaffa-text

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