Metro-North GP35R 101 brings a disabled Waterbury train south, passing the old Farrel Corporation factory in Ansonia. The veteran EMD was built in August of 1964 for the Reading Railroad and recen... (more)
New Haven RDC 23, so far undisturbed by the Penn Central takeover three months earlier, hums north along the Naugatuck River at Ansonia, CT, on a Bridgeport-Waterbury run. The diverging track at ... (more)
Northbound Waterbury train 1934 passes through Ansonia on a summer-like fall day. In a few weeks, the green hillside will transform into beautiful autumn colors.
When the Connecticut Department of Transportation purchased 12 Budd SPV-2000s for Amtrak Hartford line service in 1980, it also acquired a 13th car, CDOT 50, for use on Metro North's Waterbury and... (more)
Against the industrial backdrop typical of the Naugatuck Valley at the time, a Connecticut DOT Budd SPV-2000 working for Metro North approaches the station at Ansonia, CT, on a Waterbury-Bridgepor... (more)
Northbound Waterbury train 1916 crosses the Naugatuck River trestle in Ansonia during winter storm Reggie.
Waterbury mini-bomb 1934 heads north through Ansonia during winter storm Niko.
CDOT BL20GH 130 heads northbound train 1924 out of Ansonia on a snowy Tuesday afternoon.
Mini-bomb trains on Metro-North's Waterbury Branch are usually led with the locomotive on the north end. Occasionally, they can be found leading south, opening up a number of photographic location... (more)
Northbound mini-bomb 6906 blasts through the snow at the old Farrel Corporation factory in Ansonia.
A Metro-North train is heading to the end of the line at Waterbury, Conn., as it passes through the old industrial area at Ansonia.
Metro-North P32AC-DM 213 leads train 1961 past the old Farrel Corporation factory in Ansonia, CT.
Northbound mini-bomb 1934 with a solid blue consist departs Ansonia.