P&W train PR 3 seen here switching along the Industrial Highway.
The engineer on the trailing power unit of this P&W train admires the scenery along the Connecticut Shore.
Main Street Niantic is the setting for this P&W train picture. This train has just finished dropping off a lumber car at Rings End and is crossing Main Street to get back to the main line. This tr... (more)
End of the day for PR-3! All's needed is to yard their train and slip the loco's in the engine house
With their morning's work, PR-2's coming round the curve at Mill Street by where the Valley engine house was previously located
P&W PR 2 train runs along side Terminal street to while heading for the Port of Providence with empty coal cars.
The 4002 on its first Rhode Island visit, crossing Chace's Lane at Osram Sylvania, on the way to the Amtrak Northeast Corridor on this sunny, but cold Valentine's Day
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