Providence & Worcester train NR-2 heads south through Ledyard, CT on a sunny morning. Canon EOS 20D, Sigma 15mm f/2.8 EX Fisheye
Providence & Worcester train NR-2 skirts along Mill Cove in Ledyard, CT under cloudy skies, with a peek of blue - something that hasn't been seen in southern New England for a while. Canon EOS 20... (more)
Power off Providence & Worcester RR train CT-2 heads for the barn, passing the massive old New Haven RR coaling tower at the south end of Cedar Hill Yard in New Haven, CT on the morning of May 12,... (more)
Westbound Providence & Worcester RR train CHFP with B39-8s 3909 & 3901 crosses the East River on Hell Gate Bridge utilizing CSX's Fremont Running Track enroute to the New York & Atlantic Railway i... (more)
Heading back to New Haven
A quartet of Providence & Worcester RR B39-8s pulls unit ethanol train K-638 off CSX's Boston Subdivision at CP-45 in Worcester, MA on the afternoon of February 2, 2009. CSX has just pulled it in ... (more)
Under threatning skies with snow squalls, Providence and Worcester's train PR2 running up the East Providence Branch with cars for Metals USA, Pond View Recycling and Atlantic Plywood
One of the P&W's yearly excursions to the Roger Williams Park Zoo is seen passing through Millbury, MA on its trip south.
The nightly PRWO at the Lonsdale Yard Limit Board at Mendon Road - their northbound to Worcester with 29 cars of imported coal from the Providence Port for Mount Tom Power
Providence and Worcester's ethanol extra, running on the South Providence Running Track by Roger Williams Park - running down to South Providence yard and Motiva Enterprises with the ethanol
PR-2 doing a little highway running this morning on the East Providence branch, approaching busy Broadway, US Route 1
The 2007 leading a gaggle of Providence and Worcester locomotives thru the lower Valley yard. The last 2 locos, the 2006 3902 going back to Worcester dead in tow
P&W Train NR2 throttles up after passing over the Shaw's Cove Railroad Bridge.
The Roger Williams Zoo train is heading back to Worcester Ma. on a beautiful spring day. This is a twice a year event.