CDOT Train 1671 passes through Brook Interlocking on a warm December afternoon.
A Valley Railroad conductor waits for the cue to call "All Aboard!" before departing the North Pole station. The train is ready to head back south to Essex after the families aboard visited with ... (more)
Valley Railroad Mikado No. 3025 pauses at Deep River Landing, also known as the North Pole, before running around her train and heading back south to Essex.
CDOT Train 3629 heads west a few minutes late due to a late Amtrak Regional Train.
"New Kid on the Block at Stratford" Metro North's PMMO crew (the PM job based out of MO Wye) sort out an air leak in the last car before continuing east to CP500 located on the Wa... (more)
New Haven was the maintenance base for many of Amtrak’s RS3’s. Here three of them idle in front of the former NYNH&H shops.
Between weekday work train duties on the former New Haven shore line, an Amtrak RS3 spends the weekend next to the Thames River in New London, Connecticut. The view is from the Fishers Island ferr... (more)
Looking for all the world like an RDC wearing an Alco FA mask, one of the Budd-built Roger Williams power units stands near Amtrak’s New Haven shops. Built in 1956, the six-car Roger Williams trai... (more)
Out in the backlot at the Connecticut Trolley Museum are several cars awaiting restoration. Its a slow process, but someday these historic cars will run again.
Providence & Worcester train NR-2 traverses the Willimantic Branch heading west with former FEC SD70M-2 #102 in the lead.
Good old Days? With the orange borg now firmly entrenched on the New England Central, is the day coming when we looked at the Blue & Gold years as the good old days of the NECR?
"4 To Go" says conductor and fellow Railpictutes.net contributor Pat Schmidt as he directs the "Pride of Palmer" into the siding at Kof Koff Feeds in Franklin.
CDOT Train 3629 pulls out of New London after waiting for a Regional and an Acela to pass.