Since early April, Metro-North's Waterbury Branch has been shut down for ongoing trackwork, the installation of signals, and PTC (Positive Train Control). This work train with a pair of GMTX GP38-... (more)
A few months ago, the Housatonic Railroad set two of their locomotives, GP7u #22, and GP35 #3604 to Pan Am for some work they could not complete in house. In an extraordinarily rare event, Pan Am ... (more)
After they were removed from Springfield-New Haven service due to unreliability, a couple of the Amtrak/Connecticut DOT Budd SPV-2000s worked in commuter service for Metro North on the Waterbury a... (more)
In the early 1980s, Boston & Maine train WA-1 provided freight service on Metro North's Waterbury branch between Waterbury and Derby, CT. GP9 1707 was in charge this day as WA-1 headed north acros... (more)
Train 6930 to Waterbury, led by Brookville BL20GH 129 in the New Haven Railroad McGinnis paint scheme, has just departed Ansonia station during an afternoon snow storm. Visible on the left, where ... (more)
Train 6930 departs Ansonia with a solid Metro-North consist. Visible on the right are the Naugatuck River flood walls, built by the US Army Corps of Engineers, after the devastating flood of 1955.... (more)
Train 6942 rolls by the backside of Target on a summer's evening in Ansonia. This was the location of the Latex Foam factory, which burned to the ground in May of 2001. The twelve Brookville BL20G... (more)
Built in 1903 by the American Bridge Company of New York, train 1944 to Waterbury crosses the double span Warren through truss bridge over the Naugatuck River in Ansonia.
Train 1971 from Waterbury to Bridgeport crosses the Naugatuck River in Ansonia.
The Naugatuck River bridge is barely visible, as train 1934 from Bridgeport to Waterbury breaks through the dense fog in Ansonia.
Train 1934 to Waterbury is seen from the Bridge St. overpass in Ansonia. The 4 CDOT GE P32AC-DMs in the inspired New Haven McGinnis scheme, spend most of their time moving passengers on the Hudson... (more)
On a very hot and humid summer afternoon in Ansonia, GE P32AC-DM 231 in the New Haven McGinnis scheme, leads train 1934 towards Waterbury.
Metro-North GP35R 107 running long hood forward, brings a work extra south, passing the old Farrels factory in Ansonia.
During a third March nor'easter, the 11:06am Waterbury train passes the old Farrel Corporation factory in Ansonia.
Northbound mini-bomb 1934 arrives at Ansonia station, as an early March nor’easter intensifies.