Blinding flurries engolf the Polar Express on the first of December, 2012.
K662 creeps through Central Falls with loads for Motiva.
Into the fog! Well, diesel exhaust actually.
PRWO rolls down the straight away at Lonsdale Yard Limits. On the right side of the photo, trees have recently been cleared for the installation of a passing siding.
Providence & Worcester train NR-4 waits to perform interchange duties with the New England Central Railroad in Willimantic, CT. In the background is Willimantic's Frog Bridge, spanning both the r... (more)
PR-2 cautiously makes their way along the George Bennett Industrial Highway in Pawtucket.
Sand The conductor has cut away from the trailing locomotive causing the locomotives air to dump. The locomotive now thinks it has gone into emergency, setting off the sanders.
No, the 3005 isn't going to be leading DAWO. Although it looks that way. It was the second of three units on the Americas Cup extra and had some mechanical malfunctions, so the crew kicked it out ... (more)
Providence & Worcester train NR-2 crosses over Amtrak's Shaw's Cove swing bridge on the Northeast Corridor in New London, CT
Leased Providence & Worcester 3001 leads the VTR 303 on train 264 out of Chester.
Providence and Worcester Polar Express
P&W's leased SD60's and a B39-8 roar through Berekely at track speed, homeward bound.
Providence and Worcester's ethanol extra's climbs the grade through Jewett City on the Willimantic Branch enroute to Willimantic to interchange his 81 cars of ethanol with the New England C... (more)
Company Pride. Painting newly-acquired locomotives doesn't help them move the tonnage any better, but it does present the public with an image of company whose employees take pride ... (more)
Providence & Worcester train MFS-9, a Department of Defense extra bound for the Electric Boat shipyard in Groton, CT, blasts through a snow pile at a grade crossing in Oxford, MA. The train is ca... (more)