A former New Haven FL9 that has been renumbered but not yet repainted by Penn Central heads up a short New Haven-Springfield train passing the south end of Cedar Hill Yard in New Haven, headed no... (more)
A typical diverse assortment of Penn Central passenger power awaits assignment at New Haven Motor Storage back in 1971 We see GG1 4872 in PRR paint, a former New Haven EP-5 electric (now PC class ... (more)
In the New Haven Railroad's final summer, FL9 2041 leads New York-Springfield train 52 into the station at New Haven. The chipped paint on the nose, notoriously common on FL9s, was the result of t... (more)
An eastbound Corridor train from Boston has arrived at New Haven late on a March afternoon, and F40PH 203 will give way to an AEM-7 for the rest of the trip to Washington. The angular nose of the ... (more)
A pair of the New Haven's EP4 class electrics led by class unit 300 and a pair of GP9s headed up by the 1204 await their next assignments under the old coaling tower at Cedar Hill Yard in New Have... (more)
Assorted FL9s and a paint-shedding EP5 electric gathered at New Haven Motor Storage a few weeks into Penn Central's operation of the New Haven. FL9 5006 now wears its PC number but the scene is ot... (more)
The New Haven RR had less than six hours left in its corporate existence when Springfield-New York train 83 paused in the railroad's headquarters city on New Year's Eve 1968. A pair of FL9s headed... (more)
The sweet smell of train heat steam is in the air as New Haven EP5 class passenger electric 374 awaits its next trip to New York on the New Haven Motor Storage tracks it shares with FL9s. Crews k... (more)
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.