From an era gone bye the east coast largest hump yard in the 40s run bye the new haven railroad at cedar hill. In this
photo you can still see the hump and some of the old rail
that was left beh... (more)
CDOT units 6694/6698/6695 are tied up and offline awaiting their NREX markings.
An Amtrak RDC-2 at the New Haven platform awaits it's next run to Springfield, MA.
Southbound freight is heading toward New York and the barge docks at Bay Ridge. The New Haven E-33s already have a history. They were built for Virginian and became property of 3 other railroads. ... (more)
"P&W Geeps at New Haven Shops" Two Providence & Worcester GP38-2s sit outside of Amtrak's New Haven Shop Shed, awaiting use. These two engines are being leased to Amtrak for Work ... (more)
The flared radiator section gives a unique look to the rear of the Geeps operated by CDOT.
GMTX SD60 9000 is jointly leased by the Providence & Worcester and Vermont Rail System. It's seen here parked on the Belle Dock Branch under the interstate 91 and 95 overpass in New Haven, CT.
A glimpse inside CDOT's new Component Change Out or "CCO" shop, which will eventually replace the old M2 shop. The shop area spans 48,500 square feet and will include 13 vehicle lifts, 1... (more)
Providence & Worcester B39-8 3906 with a small cut of oil tankers is shutdown for the night at Gateway Terminal in New Haven.
Vermonter Train # 57 sits at New Haven Station. Sprinter Unit # 621 will power the six car Amfleet set for the rest of the trip to DC, assuming that the Vermonter was able to run its entire route ... (more)
Eastbound SLE Train # 3034 heads away from New Haven Station and is heading to New London. P40 # 843, as seen in the picture, is still painted in the Amtrak livery.
Train 10, The Murray Hill. A Roger Puta Photograph
A variety of power is out and about in New Haven.
Last week, four newly acquired ex-NJT P40's were delivered to New Haven, Conn to join the ranks of CDOT Shoreline East and future Hartford Commuter service. They w... (more)