The empty Burlington Electric wood chip train - symbol NECR 500 - is seen returning to Swanton, Vermont from Burlington for another train load of chips for the Joseph C. McNeil Generating Station.... (more)
On March 9, 2012 NECR ran an extra train to pick up some cars at the AES Thames Plant in Montville CT.
After dropping cars at their Belchertown Yard NECR 611 is back out on the road heading South toward Palmer.
The orange really sticks out on NECR 3317 in this green Forest, NECR 611 backs down toward the Belchertown Yard to make a drop off.
NECR 611 is found in the Woods on Northern Mass making a drop off at the Belchertown yard Thursday Afternoon, todays 611 is lead by Ex Southern Pacific Tunnel Motor 8256.
Train 611 rolls north on its return trip from Palmer, MA.
A set of New England Central power crosses Brigham Road at the north end of St. Albans Yard. Soon the engines will head north to Swanton to retrieve a chip train.
NECR 608 spends the night tied down in Willimantic.
NECR 610 switching out empties for loads at KofKoff Feeds in Franklin, CT.
The frogs keep a lookout as NECR Train 610 heads south out of Willimantic.
Southbound NECR 611 turn nears the Massachusetts border as they pass the farm fields of Vernon, Vermont.
NECR 610 southbound through Franklin.
NECR 610 starts uphill in notch 8, dropping sand for traction.
After breaking down, NECR 3851 sits on the Limb-it-Less siding as a CSOR mechanic unsuccessfully tries to fix it. 3809 ended up working solo, leaving 3851 alone on the siding.
NECR Train 610 is ready to head north out of Franklin.