This freight is the South Brainree to Selkirk turn. It ran with a caboose at each end due to a reverse move at Attleboro. It was normally a heavy train with three or more units. On this partcular ... (more)
The livery said PC but in the hearts and minds of New Haven Fans there was still an NH on the side. This all ex New Haven power is ready to head to Framingham and then Lowell to connect with the B... (more)
set of power PC Stanley Yard, Toledo, OH
The Boston to Selkirk freight eventually known as RESE is leaving Readville yard via the old Midland Division. The freight will travel to Walpole then head up the Framingham Secondary. Times are t... (more)
This fully intact Penn Central passenger train actually is Amtrak 195 the Bay State, a Boston to New York run that was routed via Springfield.
Eastbound mail train about to pass Dick Jensen's Pacific, former GTW 5629. The locomotive was later scrapped, following a legal dispute regarding storage fees. Note that the 5629 has a full load... (more)
The IC box cars could be spotted a mile away.
Patriots fan train with railfan on board. The New York Central coaches were waisted on football fans.
Believe or not these vehicles are brand new in this shot. It is 1974, and the automobile has become king of machines in America. Even Plymouths still sell at a profit and the General Motors plant ... (more)
With GE power closing in on the major overhaul date and annual inspection mileage, a rescue engine gets the highball to head to Stateline tunnel and push a stalled freight train to Selkirk. Good l... (more)
After 20 years of commuter train and freight service. These old geeps got to show their stuff on 80 MPH mainline passenger service. Mr. Diesel would have been impressed
Hungry E unit on the point of another train load of Patriots Fans.
Local freight slows for grade crossing. Brakeman stands on front to observe the condition of flangeways. This is the first train on the line since the accumulation of much snow and ice.
Pavonia yard at sundown.
Engineer waiting for signal on a beautiful day in July. This GP 9 and many like it helped PC through hard times before the bankruptcy trustees decided PC had to call it quits at the end of 1974