A former New York, Susquehanna and Western B40-8 is in charge of Providence & Worcester train CT-1 in Middlefield.
At Middlefield, CT-1 rolls south into the setting sun, with one of three B39-8s still in the original Providence & Worcester paint scheme.
On a fall evening at Williams Road in Wallingford, two former Norfolk Southern C40-8s lead a GP38-2 and two B39-8s on loaded stone train CT-1.
A pair of GP38-2s are ready to take loaded stone train CT-1 south out of Reeds Gap in Wallingford.
CT-1 rolls through the rock cut in Durham. This location is one of the more popular angles favored by photographers on Providence & Worcester's Middletown Branch.
The fall colors on the former New Haven Air Line frame Providence & Worcester CT-1, as it heads north for the Tilcon Reeds Gap quarry in Wallingford. The power consisted of GP38-2 2011, B39-8 3905... (more)
P&W GP38-2 2006 leads three GEs on CT-1 towards Cedar Hill yard.
Providence & Worcester CT-1 rolls through a sucker hole of sunlight in Durham after picking up cars in Middletown.
Providence & Worcester CT-1 ducks under Universal Drive as it enters Cedar Hill yard in North Haven. B40-8W 4005 is former Santa Fe 561.
PW NR-4 crosses the bridge at Rockfall with 2006 leading.
PW CT-1 passes north through Middlefield on their way to Middletown.
PW CT-1 leaves Tilcon, on their way to Middletown/Portland with 2006 leading.
A pair of Providence & Worcester GP38s back onto their 30 car loaded stone train at Reeds Gap, for the trip south to Cedar Hill yard.
The sun makes a brief appearance after a strong thunderstorm passed over Middlefield, as Providence & Worcester CT-1 slowly makes its way south at milepost 18.
After spending a good part of the day working in Middletown, Providence & Worcester CT-1 approaches the route 150 crossing (MP-9.42) in Wallingford, as it heads back south to Cedar Hill yard.