NR-3's gathering up speed at the TAR Yard Limits on the Norwich Branch - their running past the Stragetic Recycling spur
Running on the Amtrak Northeast Corridor - something over at Pawtucket Yards catching the engineer's attention
Running past Osram Sylvania with their afternoon's work - nine tank cars of cooking oil for Bunge in Pawtucket, couple gons for Barker Steel on the Moshassuck Valley Railroad, and a couple Provide... (more)
Last Susquehanna B40 to get paint - showing off its new paint, PR-3's taking the house track switch
Early morning, waiting to start their day! Power for PR-2 and PR-3 waiting on the East Providence Branch. PR-3 will take the last 3 locos that includes a rare GE B30-7A B unit, leaving the 2009 an... (more)
First Polar Express for the season, slipping under Rhode Island Route 116 Viaduct in the Ashton Village on the way to the North Pole - Polar Express sponsored by the Blackstone Valley Tourism Coun... (more)
NR2's lead power rounds its way out of the engine house lead on a sunny morning after a snow-stormy night. High winds contributed to around 0 degree temps for today's train chase.
3901 and a boxcar wait in the clear, as another unit and cut prepare to back down and pull NR2's consist out of the yard at PLAIN.
Caboose being used for it's intended purpose when only one locomotive is available. Being pushed by the 3905, conductor slipped back in the warmth of the caboose as its leading PR-2 across Mendon ... (more)
Unusual to see all power on head end with PR-3 - looks like they have a straight run on the Northeast Corridor to the Seaview Railroad down at Quonset Point, the old Navy base at Davisville
Looking good in the cold afternoon sun! PR-3's done for the day. A 38, with a cabless B unit, heading on the house track prior to slipping the locos in the barn
New business for the Providence and Worcester Railroad - PR-3's getting ready to tug on the first 8 cars of ethanol destined for the new ethanol unloading facility at the Motiva complex, down at t... (more)
Main out of service while Track Department spreads ballast, PR3's running on the "House" track this morning on the way to the Amtrak Northeast Corridor
Having crossed High and Titus Streets, coal extra entering the Valley Falls yard
Some of the coldest weather for the winter! Conductor leaving the warmth of the cab to uncouple from the empty coal hoppers. Hope he brought his ice skates?