Connecticut Southern GP38-2 and a SD40-2 lead CSO-4 towards Hartford, passing through the Hayden section of Windsor.
Commerce crossing the Connecticut. Connecticut Southern Railroad’s CSO-4 was in great light as it crossed the Connecticut River on the afternoon of Friday, November 23, 2018. The mixed power of NE... (more)
The two Sister CSOR SD40-2's sits in West Springfield resting for the weekend and getting topped off with fuel.
A solo SD40-2 running long hood forward leads CSO-4 across the Connecticut River Bridge in Enfield.
A former Union Pacific snoot nose SD40-2, still retaining its original number, leads CSO-4 past the 1875 built New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad station in Windsor Locks.
Running again on CSOR, PW 2215 leads CSO-4 south over the Farmington River in Windsor, CT.
CSO-4 heads south over the Farmington River with a pair of blue and golds leading.
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.
A pair of GP38s lead Connecticut Southern CSO-4 for Hartford yard, passing through Windsor.
Windsor Locks Fire Dept. Engine 3 rolls by Connecticut Southern CSO-3, as it shoves back towards Ahlstrom to drop a single boxcar.
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.