NECR 610 passes the P&W interchange track in Willimantic. SD40M-2 2681 sits on the track with 13 cars for the P&W. 2681 is enroute to the P&W for electrical work.
CDOT BL20GH 130 heads northbound train 1924 out of Ansonia on a snowy Tuesday afternoon.
A quirky fisheye view of Old Saybrook, Connecticut - showing an approaching train, the old freight house, and the current station.
CDOT 6696 pushes a commuter rail train toward New London as it departs the Old Saybrook Station.
Inside the Dressing Room - A peek at a relatively naked VTR 431 during her painting process at the Providence & Worcester Railroad's Plainfield, Connecticut paint booth. At this point the entire ... (more)
Southbound mini-bomb 1971 departs Waterbury station with the city's signature clock tower gleaming in the afternoon sunlight. The 1909 building was designed by McKim, Mead & White, who were known ... (more)
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)
Amtrak Train 137 pulling out of Union Station after a quick stop.
A pair of Amtrak AEM-7s are on the point of a westbound northeast regional in Bridgeport, CT. Only 919 is providing power for the train.
Henry Hobson Richardson is most known by fans of the Boston & Albany Railroad, where he designed many of the stations along the line, however he and his successors also designed stations for the N... (more)
F10 413 backed by FL9 2017 in front of the Danbury Rail Museum for the weekend layover.
One very popular excursion. Just 4 minutes after departure from Essex Depot, the Valley Railroad's 2:30 PM Santa Special has cleared the yard limit and begins to accelerate to track speed o... (more)
6545 leans into the curve as the train pulls into West Haven
Amtrak Northeast Regional 93 passes through West Haven with Veterans 642 leading the way towards New York Penn Station and points west.
Ex Amtrak P-40 leads a CDOT Train west out of New London.