NECR 500 en route to St. Albans
CSO-4 heads south over the Farmington River with a pair of blue and golds leading.
NECR 610 switches out Hillandale Farms (KofKoff) in Franklin, CT with a pair of Blue and Golds (3844-3857) for power.
CSO-2, with a pair of New England Central GP38s, work Hartford yard on a hot summer afternoon in August.
The NECR "Chip Train" is clearing Italy yard at North Junction on it's way to pick up another load of wood chips at Swanton. The train will return to the Burlington Electric Plant with a... (more)
New England Central GP38 3844 leads Connecticut Southern train CSO-4 past the old Westfield Plate Company in Thompsonville.
CSO-2 approaches Hamilton St. (MP-35) in Hartford.
A short CSO-1, led by a New England Central GP38, passes through North Haven on its way towards Cedar Hill yard.
A classic blue and gold New England Central GP38 leads southbound CSO-1 at Silver Lake in Berlin
A quartet of EMDs led by NECR GP38 3844 heads southbound CSO-1 in Wallingford, CT. CSX power is often transferred between West Springfield and Cedar Hill yards.
NECR 3844 and CSOR 3398 layover the weekend in West Springfield Yard, waiting to be called to duty Monday morning. 3844 is one of the few remaining NECR original Blue & Golds.
Going Back to February Of 2012, A Pair Of NECR GP38AC's Sit In CSX's West Springfield Yard, I Believe At The Time These Two Engine Were Doing Some With The Connecticut Southern.
New England Central Railroad's first rail train to St. Albans was emptied of the nearly 7 miles (one 1,650 strand remained on the train) of 132 RE continuous welded rail and is now on the way back... (more)