Stored FL9s sit next to each other in the yard. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
This former Amtrak P40 still holds onto its Amtrak heritage in many ways, including the majority of the paint scheme and the original number.
This view for an engineer was the norm decades ago and is now a classic of the past. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
The days of the Amtrak AEM-7 are numbered as they are now testing the ACS-64 which will replace the AEM-7.
Photographers line the tracks to grab photos of the MBRRE (Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts) passenger extra. Lead by freshly painted B40-8W #4006, this train drew a lot of attention. For mo... (more)
After helping me set up the lights for the shot, my daughters wanted to be in the picture. Here they are waving to the passing Providence & Worcester freight, as a fisherman - who showed up a lit... (more)
New Amtrak ACS-64 seen here on a test run passing through Old Saybrook Station.
Mikado Double Header - Valley Railroad 2-8-2s No 40 and 3025 team up to power two trains on the afternoon of August 21, 2013. Pictured here is the final run of the day. The shop forces re... (more)
She's back! Well, at least for a while. After nearly 8 months of downtime for running gear maintenance, Valley Railroad #40 is now back in the service, seen here taking a dead-head passeng... (more)
A shot from the 9th annual Connecticut Eastern Railroad Museum night photo shoot. Thanks to Tom Nanos for a great evening.
A shot filled with M-2s, which I would have likely not taken had this been in the film era as they look like subways instead of trains to me, however the digital age and learning the hard way to s... (more)
This M2 rounds the bend heading into New Haven.
An M8 comes from the yard.