Railroads are all about paperwork. The Naugatuck Railroad's Northern Lights Limited hasn't even left the yard lead on its deadhead move to Thomaston Station, and the conductor is already filling o... (more)
Naugatuck Railroad's GE U23B 2203 heading south along the Naugatuck River.
The last U-Series locomotive built by GE runs long-hood forward past Thomaston Station after a long day of pulling passengers.
Running long-hood forward, 2203 walks around its train on the passing track at Plume.
2203 leads an excursion train on the Naugatuck Railroad
With U23B 2203 (the last U23B built by GE) and a beautifuly restored B&M caboose up front, the morning run crawls up Thomaston Dam. The Naugatuck River can be seen in the background.
With the fall foliage almost at peak, exP&W U23B 2203 brings the 11:00 train up the 1.5 percent grade over Thomaston Dam.
Naugatuck Railroad #2203 (ex-P&W U23B #2203) is about two minutes away from leaving Thomaston Station with the 1:00 p.m. train.