New England Central Railroad train 610 heads southbound on a damp April evening. The train is responsible for work between Willimantic and New London, Connecticut, and is seen here in Franklin, C... (more)
Every night is an adventure trackside! Tonight brought freezing rain covering everything in over a quarter inch of ice by train time. Notice the ice spraying off the rail at the front wheel of 380... (more)
The empty Burlington Electric wood chip train - symbol NECR 500 - is seen returning to Swanton, Vermont from Burlington for another train load of chips for the Joseph C. McNeil Generating Station.... (more)
NECR GP40CU #3809 brightens-up an otherwise dreary day at White River Junction during the Glory Days Festival.
NECR GP40-2CU sitting at Palmer
New England Central local train 600 with GWI-painted NECR GP40CU 3809 is crossing the new bridge over Bridge Street in White River Junction. Construction work on the new bridge opened up this new... (more)
New England Central local train 600 uses one of the Genesee & Wyoming corporate scheme GP40CUs (Control Unit for slug), NECR 3809, while retrieving a cut of cars from the VRS' Washington County Ra... (more)
GWI-painted NECR GP40 3809 is leading the NECR road freight train 323 at White River Junction on Saturday night as heavy snow begins to fall over Vermont.
Replicating a shot I had done last October on a New England Central office car special, I thought I'd update from the old blue/gold scheme with this particular shot to the GWI colors. The 3809 is... (more)
New England Centrals new parents colors lead NECR 323/324 trains for the first time tonight as 3809 leads 323 through Randolph at 02:18. Repainted in the roads St. Albans, VT paint booth, G&Ws col... (more)
Sporting new G&W paint, New England Central GP40-CU 3809 approaches Norwich Tunnel in Norwich, CT on the NECR Palmer Sub. This is the first G&W painted unit to operate on the NECR south of Palmer... (more)