A pair matched New England Central Railroad 'heritage' GP38s - 3855 and 3845 - are seen pulling by the picturesque White River Junction, Vermont station on Friday afternoon, January 6.
Matched New England Central Railroad orange scheme EMDs - SD40T-2 3317 and SD40-2 3405 - lead southbound train 611-03 over the Connecticut River at Northfield, Massachusetts, on the company's Palm... (more)
A fitting location for 2016s "last shot"! NECR 323 passes classic New England architecture from another era in downtown Randolph dragging a snowstorm along with the consist behind the po... (more)
NECRs nocturnal 324 rolls through a scene right out of Currier & Ives passing The Red Farmhouse in Northfield, VT at 02:56. The aftermath of a snowstorm has left snow clinging to tree branches, fo... (more)
Just a few short hours into the Nor'easter snowstorm that is forecast to dump up to 2 feet of snow over portions of New England, New England Central train 600-29 is seen passing the north end of t... (more)
NECR nocturnal freight 324 completes an NECR Christmas Card scene rolling past the ex-Central Vermont Railway freight house in the quintessential Vermont village, South Royalton at 04:00.
The New England Central Railroad's road freight #324 had a rare treat in the form of NECR GP38 3850 leading SD40-2 721 on December 15. The train is seen exiting the Bellows Falls tunnel in the nam... (more)
A classic blue and gold New England Central GP38 leads southbound CSO-1 at Silver Lake in Berlin
NECR Train 608 getting ready to switch out KofKoff in Franklin.
NECR Train 608 arriving at KofKoff in Franklin.
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NECR 1750 an EMD SD9 switches the St. Albans VT yard on a bright March day.
With the recent buyout of the Providence and Worcester Railroad by the Genesse and Wyoming Corperation, the interchanging of ethanol trains with the CP has become virtually seamless. With NECR (G&... (more)
On the evening of November 14, New England Central train 611-14 "Ethanol Extra" is seen rolling southbound through rural Vernon, Vermont, on the way from a Vermont Rail System connection... (more)