The highlight of the day was the two GP9s of the yard switcher shoving a Mt. Tom coal train up out of the yard onto the Conn. River Line. They sounded good and cut off on the fly, not bad for 200... (more)
CP units 9017,9011 and 5961 coming into GRS East Deerfield Yard after dropping its train
Guilford LOED has a mixed bag of engines today as it crosses the Connecticut River approaching its final destination, East Deerfield yard.
LOED power headed for the house with an SD70M-2, NS 8442, NS 8775 and ST GP35 208.
RURJ works west out of the yard in preperation to do some switching. Here they pass under the well known 'Railfan Bridge', a very popular photography spot.
GRS power cutting away from there train and heading for the pit at East Deerfield Yard.
Guilford's EDMO train with CP SD40-2 CP SD40-2 5674, SD40-2 5584, SOO SD40-2 6612, CP SD40-2 5652 and 2 other CP units is 'stuck' while GRS local ED-1 with GP40 330 readies for departure from East... (more)
EDMO makes up his train at E. Deerfield Yard before heading west.
Late day loaded coal train wraps around the signal for CPF-384 at the west end of East Deerfield yard.
MOW workers are working hard on this hot July day replacing a rail in Guilford's E. Deerfield Yard as action comes to a stop.
RURJ power headed for the house.
MOPO rolls into East Deerfield yard
MOPO pulls into East Deerfield Yard
EDMO pulls hard over the Deerfield River Bridge in some fog as it is about to enter the Hoosic Tunnel.