Providence & Worcester train NR-2 rolls south on the Norwich Branch through Ledyard, CT, casting a nice reflection in a tidal pool along the Thames River. Canon EOS 20D, Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8 EX DC
Notice the date on the bridge
A view of the Providence & Worcester diamond at Plainfield, CT. The P&W Norwich Branch is from the top left to bottom right, and the P&W Willimantic Branch is from the top right to the bottom lef... (more)
The marker of Providence & Worcester train NR-2 glide past Red Top in Ledyard, CT as the train crosses the causeway between Mill Cove (L) and the Thames River (R) on it's way to the Amtrak Northea... (more)
NR-2 heading south to Old Saybrook on a cold windy morning in April.
Panning shot of Providence & Worcester train NR-2's lead locomotive running past Mill Cove in Ledyard, CT. Canon EOS 20D, Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 EX DG APO HSM Macro
After dropping a car off at Rings End Lumber this P&W train is ready to cross Main St. and head south on the Main Line to Old Saybrook. The conductor climbs aboard on the fly after stopping car tr... (more)
Built in 1888, the historic New London Station is still in use as an Amtrak Station. It keeps a watchful eye on the daily Amtrak trains passing through New London as well as the NR-2 operated by ... (more)
A loaded coal train heads north on the Providence main. This train is going to Worcester Ma. then on to Gardner Ma. to interchange with the Pan Am Railroad.
This ex-P&W caboose sits in the yard of Waste Management's "Haul of Fame" museum in Canterbury. The museum has many old machines of all kinds, along with this caboose. Just over the fence, is the ... (more)
Providence & Worcester RR train NH-1 waits in the TILCON siding at Old Saybrook, CT as a pair of Amtrak AEM-7s haul a westbound regional train toward the station on February 7, 2007.
Providence & Worcester RR B40-8 #4003 & B39-8 #3908 lead eastbound train MFS-2 along the shores of the Shetucket River at Windham, CT on the Willimantic Branch on March 12, 2007.
Providence & Worcester RR B23-7S #2215 leads westbound train MFS-6 along the Shetucket River at Scotland, CT on the Willimantic Branch on the morning of March 6, 2007.
MFS-9 has just left Plainfield yard limits and is about to cross Lillibridge road, passing the scenic Packers Pond.
In one of the first movements over the recently re-opened Plainfield-Willimantic line, 4004 leads its train out of Plainfield yard and onto the Willimantic branch, having just crossed the Norwich ... (more)