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.
Northbound mini-bomb 1948 in the evening sunlight at Ansonia, CT.