P&W train NRWO heads north through All Hallows Road in Wauregan, CT after picking up cars from Wauregan Grain. Was nice to have a geep on the head pin.
NRWO switches out Dayville Siding.
PW NR-4 heads back to Plainfield after making the interchange with NECR in Willimantic.
A pair of Providence & Worcester GP38s back onto their 30 car loaded stone train at Reeds Gap, for the trip south to Cedar Hill yard.
The sun makes a brief appearance after a strong thunderstorm passed over Middlefield, as Providence & Worcester CT-1 slowly makes its way south at milepost 18.
NR-4 heads south through Ledyard along the Thames River.
NR-4 heads south through Taft Tunnel, still in use in it's original form.
NECR 608 drops cars on P&W's Willimantic pickup track with two of the best, endangered, paint schemes around.
Mass Bay Rail Enthusiasts chartered "Two Rivers" Train using Providence & Worcester equipment. The Train originated in Worcester and are making thethere way to Old Saybrook where the tra... (more)
Providence & Worcester's "Two Rivers Steam Special" heads south towards Groton on the Norwich line, where it will then head west towards Old Saybrook on the NEC.
Providence & Worcester GP38-2 2006 and its M420W mate await their next assignment outside the P&W's yard office in Worcester, MA.
In the last remaining sunlight, Pan Am Railways EDPL approaches Meadow Rd. in Windsor.
After spending a good part of the day working in Middletown, Providence & Worcester CT-1 approaches the route 150 crossing (MP-9.42) in Wallingford, as it heads back south to Cedar Hill yard.
A bitter cold New Year's Eve is making work miserable for tonight's crew. Leaks in the air line and frozen wheels prevent the crew from getting the pick-ups out of the siding.
A rare Saturday run of EDPL (East Deerfield - Plainville), lead by leased Providence & Worcester GP38-2 2009, comes out of the tunnel that passes under route 9 in New Britain.