New England Central Railroad's weekend White River Junction local train #600 is seen departing town for Bellows Falls, Vermont, with NECR (ex-FEC) GP40-2 437 and Providence & Worcester GP38 2011 a... (more)
The usually nocturnal Northbound freight crosses the Winooski river on a foggy morning in Waterbury VT.
A solid train of ethanol makes it way south along the Connecticut river at Putney VT led by a leased pair of SD40-2's. The NECR took over the train for the second leg of the "Green Mountain Gatewa... (more)
New England Central's White River Junction, Vermont-based local train #600 is seen passing a set of NECR power - GP40-2W 3015 in GWI colors and GP38 3850 in classic NECR blue/gold - in White River... (more)
A Sunday morning extra 600 local train is seen on its way from White River Junction to Bellows Falls, Vermont with a haulage delivery for the Vermont Railway - delivering traffic (and a locomotive... (more)
A classic pair of New England Central Railroad GP38s - 3850 and 3851 - head up the White River Junction, Vermont, local train #601-21, as it heads north from Bellows Falls with interchange traffic... (more)
Shortly after the CV was purchased by Railtex and became the NECR, southbound train 324 is seen crossing the often photographed Duxbury bridge near Waterbury Vt. The GP30 was one of two units that... (more)
Hostlers are putting together a quintet of GP38-2s as road power for train 324 southbound out of St Albans Vt. in the winter of 97-98 Kodachrome scan.
In 97-98 I worked with noted railroad author Bob Jones on the NECR. Bob is seen here working as yard conductor while consecutively numbered GP38-2s leave St Albans yard northbound to collect the w... (more)
New England Central train 610 heads north through Monson, Mass. on a foggy afternoon.
A New England Central geep along with a Connecticut Southern engine are tied down in the West Springfield Yard.
This was a ballast extra that I worked on repairing flood damage between Roxbury and Randolph Vt.
This was one of the Sunday freights on the NECR. Normally they ran 6 units on Sunday trains. The GP30 only lasted about 2 years and was off the property