On a chilly Friday afternoon in Wallingford, a skittles EMD lash up leads Connecticut Southern CSO-1 south for Cedar Hill yard. The train consists of P&W SD70M-2 4301, CSOR SD40-2 3399, CSX GP40-2... (more)
After waiting for an hour for this to show up and with the sun going down fast, i was just about to call it and go home, But once Amtrak 56 went by (Running over an hour late) the signal went to A... (more)
More angle shot of CSO-1 screaming South through Berlin.
The weather constantly changes in New England, and lately there has been a consecutive number of gloomy days in Connecticut. On the afternoon of November 2, 2017 the sun makes an appearance in Wal... (more)
Connecticut Southern CSO-1 heads south through the Wilson section of Windsor.
Connecticut Southern CSO-1 rolls south, passing the old Westfield Plate Company in Thompsonville.
New England Central GP38-2 2048 leads CSO-1 south through Wallingford.
Southbound CSO-1 passing through the conservation lands in Longmeadow.
A short southbound CSO-1 consisting of only seven cars for Cedar Hill yard passes through Wallingford.
Connecticut Southern train CSO-1 rolls across the Farmington River in Windsor. The stone arch bridge was built in 1867 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Southbound CSO-1, with 74 cars for Cedar Hill yard, passes the Ahlstrom-Munksjo Nonwovens plant in Windsor Locks. The company manufactures fiber-based materials.
Connecticut Southern SD40-2 twins lead CSO-1 south past Webster Brook in Newington.
A short CSO-1, led by a New England Central GP38, passes through North Haven on its way towards Cedar Hill yard.
Southbound CSO-1 passes Webster Brook in Newington.