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.
CSO-1 rolls south, past milepost 25 in Berlin. The trailing locomotive is New England Central GP38AC 3855, former Gulf Mobile & Ohio 718.
The power from southbound CSO-1 has cut away from its train and will continue into Cedar Hill yard, picking up cars that CSX left for them.
CSO-1 heads south through Willow interlocking in Berlin, CT.
A pair of former CEFX/Union Pacific SD40-2s lead a sizable southbound CSO-1 in North Haven. Also trailing in the consist is CSXT GP40-2 6222.
CT Southern (CSOR) RR train CSO-1 heads south over the Farmington River in Windsor CT on 08-17-26
CSO-1 heads south past Trackside Brick Oven Pizzeria in Wallingford, CT.
Monday afternoon finds CSO-1 running south through Windsor from West Springfield Yard to Hartford with their 2 SD40-2's, the train is taking the siding for Amtrak 56.
A pair of Connecticut Southern engines bask in the morning sun while waiting for their next assignment in the CSX West Springfield Yard.
CSOR power lays over in West Springfield yard on January, 25th 2015.
We get a close look at CSOR 3398s Nose in West Springfield Yard, as you can probably tell, This EMD SD40-2 Was with Union Pacific in the past by the engine numbering, the Connecticut Southern has ... (more)