Power for the Pariots train waiting on the run around track. The GP 9s will soon hook onto the string of coaches and push back to the Stadium at Foxboro. Then train will load up and head for Provi... (more)
Still showing Penn Central Livery but now working for Conrail, the mightiest of the mighty were hard to put out of service. The big Alcos noted for slow heavy hauling ended up in mineral freight s... (more)
Patriots Football Fan train from Providence on the Framingham Secondary. Some of these football specials ran up to 16 cars in length.
VN-4 departs for New York City after setting off at North Croton yard.
Watching the show as VN-4 sets off at North Croton yard.
Lots of power (7 units) as this westbound slows for the speed-restricting curve at the Peekskill station.
Something to suit a variety of tastes: in addition to the FL9 pair, two then-new M-2 MUs; older MUs in both "Washboard" and "Mutt" varieties; and an Alco switcher.
All the equipment is former New York Central, and the locomotive is lettered Penn Central, but Amtrak is over two years old now.
At Track Speed, maybe 90 mph.
At this point she still escaped PC black paint. She's looking good.