A look up at the chunky lines of a B40's aft end.
Three PW engines making their way across the Connecticut River Bridge into Middletown CT.
With it's load in tow P & W # 3906 heads back towards New Haven.
Moving cars around at Old Saybrook junction.
P&W train NR-2 scares off some birds resting on the trusses of the Thames River bridge between Groton and New London, CT. The US Navy Submarine base looms in the distant background a couple miles... (more)
P&W train CT-1X pulls past the ex- New Haven coaling tower at the south end of Cedar Hill Yard on October 14, 2006.
P&W train CT-1X pulls a loaded stone train out of TILCON's Reeds Gap quarry on October 14, 2006.
P&W loaded coal train arrives Binghamton, NY destined for AES Power in Johnson City, NY.
PW switching in the NEC Yard.
PW switching in the NEC Yard in New London CT.
P & W # 3906 waiting for some more cars.
PW switching in Old Saybrook. The other engine is a B unit number 3004.
What started out as a dreary and rainy New England fall day, turned into a perfect cloudless day for railfanning. As Mark Twain said, "If you don't like the weather in New England, wait 5 minutes.... (more)