Switch heaters working in the lower Valley Yard after an overnight snowfall, conductor's slipping out to align the mainline turnout
With plenty of power, P&W train NR-2 crosses the causeway between Mill Cove and the Thames River. NR-2 is moving power to New Haven for the upcoming stone season. Canon EOS 20D, Sigma 70-200mm f... (more)
Class N7-E built in 1969 for the Erie Lackawanna Railroad as their C-369. During Conrail, the caboose was assigned number 21169. When acquired by the Providence and Worcester, renumbered as their ... (more)
P&W train CT-1 crosses the Connecticut River on the swing bridge from Middletown to Portland.
The local's head power is gone, but they stuck a third unit on the rear to probably account for some tricky switching maneuvers around the Port of Providence.
P&W's PR 3 train seen here in Providence about ready to drop off a string of empty coal hoppers.
P&W locomotives 3904 and 2011 sit idle in front of the Dispatch Center in the sweet afternoon light.
Its time for lunch! After lunch, they have their afternoon's work - Bunge tank cars, and they'll service the Providence Journal
P&W train NR-4 pauses under the cloud shrouded moon on a cold winter night in the New England Central Railroad's Willimantic yard. NR-4 handles the P&W/NECR interchange traffic. Canon EOS 20D, S... (more)
PR-2 with permission back into the Valley Yard, crossing Mendon Road
ahhhh spring is coming to New England! PR-2's doing their set and release. Their ready to head up on the East Providence Branch on a balmy March morning
Done for the day! Last task left is to slip the loco in the Barn
Last of the foliage! PR-2's running up the grade by Ralco Way on the East Providence Branch
P&W NR 2 train seen here passing through New London.
Running on the causeway, along the Thames River, Stoddard Hill State Park