Providence and Worcester's train NR-2, on the Norwich branch, running along the Thames River at Goss Cove, past the Navy Submarine Base and the Nautilus Memorial at Groton. The Nautilus being the ... (more)
One of the best spots on the Springfield Line for railfanning is in Enfield where the line crosses the Connecticut River. CSO 1 seen here crossing the River heading north bound for West Springfiel... (more)
CSO 1 heads north at the Berlin Station. This train runs from Springfield Mass. to North Haven and back to Springfield.
Connecticut Southern train seen here on the Connecticut River Bridge on the Springfield Line.
CSOR power tied down for the night. The EOT at the end of an eastbound is visible on the left, and the CSX yard power is by the office on the right.
Plenty of water around for a reflection shot, thanks to some very heavy rain the previous night.
P&W NR 2 train slowly makes its way over the Winthrop Cove Bridge heading into the NEC Yard in New London.
P&W NR 2 rolls through Ledyard with a short train. After entering the Northeast Corridor this train switched with P&W NH 1 in Old Saybrook and NECR train 608 in New London.
MMA 8541 backs up to grab it's cut of cars before going into the local Irving sawmill
The CSOR locomotives sit in the yard at sunset, shortly after being tied down by the crew.
3908 cruisin south in some fog along the Thames River.
P&W train NR-2 rolls along a very calm Mill Cove in Ledyard, CT on a late summer morning. Canon EOS 20D, Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 EX DG APO HSM Macro
As the fisherman tries his luck at the local marina, the St-Jean Turn job crosses the Richelieu River on it's way to the CN interchange on a beautiful September morning
A Westbound MMA train has just left Millinocket yard and is cruising through the Maine woods as it nears the Golden Road just west of Millinocket. Ex Bangor & Aroostook GP9 number 79 tags along f... (more)
Chambly canal turning bridge, with one of the lock doors visible under it. As for the nice paintjob on the loco, can you spell "Wisconsin Central" ? ;-)