P&W NH-1 is seen holding for northbound mini-bomb 1916 on Metro-North's Waterbury Branch ballast siding in Milford. Once the passenger train clears, NH-1 will head south onto the main then reverse... (more)
Providence & Worcester train NR-2 rolls south through Jewett City, Connecticut about to cross the Quinebaug River
Providence & Worcester train NR-2 glides over the Shetucket River in Norwich, Connecticut on a calm March evening
The White Whale. I had been trying to track down the new P&W units on my late-night, after-work jaunts to Worcester. After seeing a pic on NERAIL of P&W 100 on the Gardner job the ... (more)
Providence and Worcester Polar Express
Providence & Worcester train MFS-9, a Department of Defense extra bound for the Electric Boat shipyard in Groton, CT, blasts through a snow pile at a grade crossing in Oxford, MA. The train is ca... (more)
Sunset over Clayville Pond. Providence & Worcester train NR-2 makes their way home along the P&W's Norwich Branch in Griswold, CT as the sun sets in the southwest. Canon EOS 40D with a Sigma 18-5... (more)
Westbound Providence & Worcester RR train CHFP with B39-8s 3909 & 3901 crosses the East River on Hell Gate Bridge utilizing CSX's Fremont Running Track enroute to the New York & Atlantic Railway i... (more)
P&W train NR-2 skirts the Thames River amongst the changing foliage, and the Mohegan Sun Casino & Hotel across the Thames River in Uncasville, CT. Canon EOS 40D, Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8
The engineer on the trailing power unit of this P&W train admires the scenery along the Connecticut Shore.
P&W PR 2 train runs along side Terminal street to while heading for the Port of Providence with empty coal cars.
P&W's PR 3 train seen here in Providence about ready to drop off a string of empty coal hoppers.
Providence and Worcester's train NR-2, on the Norwich branch, running along the Thames River at Goss Cove, past the Navy Submarine Base and the Nautilus Memorial at Groton. The Nautilus being the ... (more)
NR3 is working the recycling facility and fertilizer plant this morning.