The Windsor Locks Canal shows off a nice morning reflection from Connecticut Southern CSO-4, as the train heads north to interchange with CSX in West Springfield, MA.
A variety of power leads Connecticut Southern CSO-4, as it parallels the Windsor Locks Canal, in route to interchange with CSX in West Springfield, MA. The morning consist includes Providence & Wo... (more)
"CSO-4 along the Canal"
Connecticut Southern Train CSO-4 heads north along the canal at Windsor Locks, Ct., with a pair of G&W "Corporate" GP38-2's passing the for... (more)
On a delightful spring afternoon in May, Providence & Worcester GE B23-7R 2215 leads a colorful Connecticut Southern CSO-4 towards Hartford. The train is passing the Windsor Locks Canal and Ahlstr... (more)
"Super Seven at the Locks"
One of two former GE Demonstrators of the "Super Seven" line of locomotive rebuilds of the Providence and Worcester lead train CSO4 of sister Gene... (more)
On a frigid first day of February, CTrail 4407 from Springfield to New Haven, rolls alongside the frozen Windsor Locks Canal and Ahlstrom-Munksjo Nonwovens plant. The company manufactures fiber-ba... (more)
"North Out in Windsor"
CTRail train 6401 heads south along the canal in Windsor Locks with one of the CDOT geep rebuilds leading the way towards Hartford, and eventually New Haven.
A former Union Pacific snoot nose SD40-2, still retaining its original number, leads CSO-4 past the 1875 built New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad station in Windsor Locks.
As the Connecticut Department of Transportation gears up for the May 2018 launch of the new Hartford Line service, test trains were launched this weekend with borrowed Shore Line East equipment fr... (more)
Vermonter 55 slows to make its stop in Windsor Locks on a seasonably warm spring like February day. The station is behind the photographer.
Windsor Locks Fire Dept. Engine 3 rolls by Connecticut Southern CSO-3, as it shoves back towards Ahlstrom to drop a single boxcar.
The engineer on Connecticut Southern CSO-4 gives a friendly wave, as he brings his train south through Windsor Locks.
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.
A matched set of Pan Am Railways-painted GP40s - MEC 350 and 352 - roll south along the Connecticut River and canal in Windsor Locks, Connecticut on the way from East Deerfield Yard to Plainville,... (more)