Connecticut Southern train CSO-4 starts the trek southbound in Longmeadow, MA, en route to Hartford yard.
Connecticut Southern CSO-4 from CSX's West Springfield yard passes through the Wilson section of Windsor on a frigid afternoon in December.
On Black Friday, Connecticut Southern GP38-2 2011 leads CSO-1 south, passing Berlin station.
Connecticut Southern CSO-1 passes through North Haven in the late afternoon sunlight, on its way south towards Cedar Hill yard.
The engineer on Connecticut Southern CSO-4 gives a friendly wave, as he brings his train south through Windsor Locks.
Connecticut Southern train CSO-4 is led by high hood GP38 2038 at Emerson Rd. (MP-58.2) in Longmeadow.
On a cool Friday the 13th morning, Connecticut Southern CSO-4 crosses its namesake river in Enfield. The train is headed for interchange with CSX at West Springfield yard.
Connecticut Southern train CSO-4 arriving in Hartford yard.
Connecticut Southern train CSO-4 from West Springfield yard, passes the dormant Suburban Propane company in Windsor. At one time this was an active rail served business. The switch and siding no l... (more)
A short southbound CSO-1 consisting of only seven cars for Cedar Hill yard passes through Wallingford.
CSO-4 at Hayden Station Rd. (MP-46) in Windsor.
Connecticut Southern train CSO-1 rolls across the Farmington River in Windsor. The stone arch bridge was built in 1867 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Southbound CSO-1, with 74 cars for Cedar Hill yard, passes the Ahlstrom-Munksjo Nonwovens plant in Windsor Locks. The company manufactures fiber-based materials.