When the stars align (and the Milky Way too)... New England Central Railroad's northbound train 323-15 is seen crossing the White River at West Hartford, Vermont, at 2:35 a.m. on July 16 with NEC... (more)
Vermont Rail System's Bellows Falls switcher, symbol DASW, awaits the passage of a late-running New England Central Railroad train #324-05 that is passing over the Bellows Falls diamond with Conne... (more)
A late-running New England Central Railroad train #324-05 heads into Bellows Falls, Vermont, from North Walpole, New Hampshire with Connecticut Southern Railroad SD40-2 3771, NECR SD40T-2 3317 and... (more)
New England Central train 324 must have been delayed due to the holiday weekend allowing for a early morning appearance on the Roxbury sub. The 3 EMD's now get a break after cresting the ruling gr... (more)
A late-running New England Central Railroad train #324-05 is seen rolling through rural Windsor, Vermont, with Connecticut Southern Railroad SD40-2 3771, NECR SD40T-2 3317 and NECR SD40-2 3405 lea... (more)
NECR 608 heads south along the Thames River with some cars for Montville and New London. The Providence and Worcester operates on the other side of the river and part of the Mohegan Sun Casino is... (more)
NECR 608 has pulled everything off the runaround and will soon spot loaded hoppers in Franklin.
NECR Train 610 prepares to switch out Lounsbury Lumber in South Windham.
A Palmer-based New England Central local spots a single load of lumber at the Massachusetts Central interchange. This is adjacent to the NECR/CSX crossing at CP 83 on CSX's Boston Sub. 3851 is a... (more)
NECR Train 610 getting ready to switch out Lounsbury Lumber in South Windham.
NECR Train 610 arriving in Franklin.
This winter and early spring the New England Central Railroad - along with partners Seaview Transportation, Providence & Worcester Railroad, Vermont Rail System, Canadian National and Canadian Pac... (more)
An ex-Ohio Central SD40T-2 leads NECR train 611 north for Brattleboro, Vermont. The SD40T-2 was originally built for the Southern Pacific in 1980 as their 8256.