All of the newest pieces of equipment to end up on the Grafton & Upton Railroad within the last year and a half are seen here. CF-7 2443 and GP-9 1702 are obviously of Bay Colony heritage, while t... (more)
One of the P&W's yearly excursions to the Roger Williams Park Zoo is seen passing through Millbury, MA on its trip south.
After bringing in Q436 the previous evening, a pair of ES44AH's are spending their first Christmas in the North Yard while in the company of older GE's off of Q264 and Q274.
Four P&W B39-8's begin to pull loaded ethanol train MFS-8 off of the Boston Line, and onto home rails. Like previous trains, it is destined for Motiva Enterprises' unloading facility at the Port o... (more)
Q437 passes through North Grafton with a mix of GE and EMD units for power.
The P&W's Employee Santa Train passes under the old Boston & Albany bridge in Webster, MA on its way south to Thompson, CT and return.
Upon completing a series of photo runbys at the Millbury Senior Center, the P&W's Fall Circle Tour heads north to Worcester to conclude its run.
With a week to go before the peak of the fall foliage in southern New England, Amtrak's Lake Shore Limited enters North Grafton after crossing the town line from Westborough.
Northbound loaded coal train PRGR passes the old sidings located in the Rockdale section of Northbridge.
Q422's power rests in the East Worcester yard while Q168's power leaves for Boston after dropping off its train.
GP38-2 3844 leads southbound NERWNE along the Thames River on NECR's Palmer Subdivision.
Making its twice weekly trip up the former New Haven Fitchburg Line, local B724 coasts by the former West Street Station in Berlin, MA at track speed of 10 mph.
P&W locomotives 3904 and 2011 sit idle in front of the Dispatch Center in the sweet afternoon light.
With the Amtrak train gone, the crew of the work train continues to deposit new ties along the right of way as it slowly moves west.
The Lake Shore Limited passes a work train unloading ties in front of the old Crompton and Knowles loom works on the west side of Worcester.