The New Haven RR had less than six hours left in its corporate existence when Springfield-New York train 83 paused in the railroad's headquarters city on New Year's Eve 1968. A pair of FL9s headed... (more)
The sweet smell of train heat steam is in the air as New Haven EP5 class passenger electric 374 awaits its next trip to New York on the New Haven Motor Storage tracks it shares with FL9s. Crews k... (more)
From an era gone bye the east coast largest hump yard in the 40s run bye the new haven railroad at cedar hill. In this
photo you can still see the hump and some of the old rail
that was left beh... (more)
The last regular assignment for the New Haven's Alco cab units was Boston-Lowell-Boston turnaround job BL-1/LB-2, which took a roundabout route from the NH's South Boston yard to a B&M interchange... (more)
Penn Central has been in charge for three months but nothing has really changed on the Naugatuck Valley commuter line as NH RDC 22 departs Seymour, CT, on a Waterbury-Bridgeport run. Today the EPA... (more)
A tired looking FL-9 pauses at Springfield on an intermodal freight. Photo by the late H.A.Smith, negative and copyright owned by myself.
Train 726, Shoreliner to Boston. A Roger Puta Photograph
Train 173, The Senator. A Roger Puta Photograph
Train 10, The Murray Hill. A Roger Puta Photograph
Three New Haven GE U25B's 2513, 2504, 2527 and two Alco C424's 2551, 2553.
I shot this at the joint New Haven and Boston & Maine engine facility. Notice that the New Haven S-2 (Alco 1944) has a flat roof which the New Haven ordered for low clearances.
I shot the ALCO FA-1 pair at the joint New Haven - Boston & Maine engine facility at Worcester, MA. Note the Boston & Albany mainline in the background with Pacemaker box cars.
A Roger Puta photograph.
New Haven EMD GP9 1218, and 1224 with Alco RS11 1412. From my slide collection with no name on slide.
Lots of classic colors were at the Streamliners at Spencer event.