Metro-North's Brookville BL20GH 110 heads the 4:13pm mini-bomb through Seymour.
During a third March nor'easter, the 11:06am Waterbury train passes the old Farrel Corporation factory in Ansonia.
Northbound mini-bomb 1934 arrives at Ansonia station, as an early March nor’easter intensifies.
Metro-North 1167 heads for Stamford station as it passes through Bridgeport. The CDOT GP40-2H is one of two left operating in the New Haven McGinnis scheme. The other four GP40s have been out for ... (more)
Vermonter 55 slows to make its stop in Windsor Locks on a seasonably warm spring like February day. The station is behind the photographer.
A rare Saturday run of EDPL (East Deerfield - Plainville), lead by leased Providence & Worcester GP38-2 2009, comes out of the tunnel that passes under route 9 in New Britain.
A rare Saturday run of EDPL (East Deerfield - Plainville), lead by leased Providence & Worcester GP38-2 2009, passes Windsor interlocking on a sunny afternoon in February.
CSX ES44AC-H 3065 makes easy work of the small Q424-08 from Selkirk yard, as the train crests the top of Washington Hill on a chilly Thursday afternoon in the Berkshires.
Q090, also referred to as the veggie express, passes through St. Johnsville on its way east for the Railex facility in South Schenectady.
Loaded crude oil train K038, led by Citirail ES44AC 1432, is crossing over from track 1 to 2 at Chili Jct, where it takes the West Shore Sub, bypassing the city of Rochester.
A pair of CSX YN2 C40-8Ws lead Q641 under the 382 westbound New York Central signals in Chili. Trailing behind the two GEs is HLCX SD40-2 6300.
An early morning light snow has dusted the area, as Connecticut Southern CSO-1 heads back to West Springfield yard, passing the Volvo dealer in North Haven.
CSO-2, with a pair of New England Central GP38s, work Hartford yard on a hot summer afternoon in August.
Sperry Rail Service inspection car 129 "P.E. Kennedy" is tied down on the Kerite siding in Seymour. The former doodlebug was built by the St. Louis Car Co. in July of 1925 for the Lehigh Valley as... (more)