NECR 608 prepares to head north out of Willimantic on a starry night.
During a PR shoot on Friday, January 16, the New England Central Railroad train #500 - affectionately known as the 'Chip Train' - has its pair of locomotives, SD40-2 3405 and GP38-2 2048 (ex-PC/CR... (more)
NECR 608 waits for a crew in Willimantic, CT with the Pride of Palmer leading.
Amid a timely snow squall NECR GP 40-2W 3015 crosses Mill St. at 04:01 with a Hospital Train of Amtrak equipment from the derailment in Northfield this past fall. Two minutes after the train passe... (more)
Tunnel Motor 3317 leads NECR 323 into Waterbury, VT. in the middle of the seasons first real snowstorm on Dec. 29th at 04:25. Is there a better place to be shooting from in a snowstorm than inside... (more)
The day after Christmas, New England Central ran an extra on the weekend because they didn't operate the previous two days, C.C. Lounsbury, UBS Lumber, and KofKoff Feeds needed cars. Here is 610x ... (more)
Good old Days? With the orange borg now firmly entrenched on the New England Central, is the day coming when we looked at the Blue & Gold years as the good old days of the NECR?
"4 To Go" says conductor and fellow Railpictutes.net contributor Pat Schmidt as he directs the "Pride of Palmer" into the siding at Kof Koff Feeds in Franklin.
The New England Central Railroad night White River Junction, Vermont, switcher, symbol #602, is seen northbound back into the home terminal on November 17, as it passes the Vermont Rail System yar... (more)
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue... Got it covered on November 16 at White River Junction, while New England Central Railroad's White River Junction local train 60... (more)
Three SD's make easy work of the Roxbury grade.
NECR 610 switching Lounsbury Lumber on a cloudy morning, with 3015 in the lead.
NECR 610 awaits to be called on duty the following morning. The blue and golds are getting harder and harder to find now that G&W has sent most of them over to the neighboring CSOR.
NECR Train 610 arrives in Franklin after switching out Lounsberry Lumber.