Amtrak ballast extra with leased Providence & Worcester power, is tied down for the night on track 2 in Wallingford.
2216 and 4005 get the circus extra back up to speed through Cumberland
The red unit Funeral Run chugs through the curve at MP 17
The red unit Funeral Run comes into Central Falls to pick up some form D's and speed restrictions from the yard office.
PR-3 heads to Providence yard to work the industries with signs of change leading the way.
Circus staff are enjoying the last few hours of circus train travel, as the RBBB Red Unit train heads for its last-ever show in Providence, RI. This train came over from Hartford, CT via Connectic... (more)
The former Providence & Worcester B39-8 #3909 is seen inside the New England Central Railroad shops in St. Albans, Vermont, being prepped for orange G&W corporate paint. The unit is getting some ... (more)
Providence & Worcester local crew WX-1 was called upon to assemble the Ringling Bros Circus train in Greenwood Yard in Worcester, and bring it to a Pan Am interchange point known as Barbers. Here ... (more)
The former Providence & Worcester B40-8W 582 has emerged from its exterior/cab rehabilitation and painting to become PWRZ 4007 in fresh Genesee & Wyoming corporate colors. The unit is seen posed ... (more)
The power for WOGR runs light to Gardner to pick up their train.
Providence & Worcester brings to the Circus Extra, symbol WX-1 through downtown Worcester to interchange with Pan Am at Barbers.
The final goodbye for the Ringling Brothers Circus train from Worcester this morning as P&W B23-7 2201 and B23 Super 7 2216 lead the train through the city.
WODA crosses the Mumford River
PWRZ 3906 sits in Willimantic after getting a fresh coat of G&W paint in St. Albans, VT. 3906 is the first P&W unit to get the orange dip.