Cab shot of CSX 4723 sitting in the West Springfield Yard.
Thomas the Tank Engine enters the town of Deep River on a crisp fall day. The smoke in the distance is from VALE 97 which provides supplemental power. In case you were wondering, yes, the eyes do ... (more)
American Crane in the Amtrak MOW Yard at North Haven, with a very unusual passenger on the front.
Ex Conrail NECR 6281 over the pit at the CSOR yard.
With snow still falling, the crew of the "Santa Special" prepares to disconnect the locomotive and run around to the other end of the train at Deep River Landing.
Panning shot of the 2-8-2 as it runs tender first during a pre-season run. If you look closely, you can see a silhouette of the engineer’s hand pulling the whistle cord on the far side of the cab.
With a wood post from the guardrail doubling as a tripod, the Essex Clipper Dinner Train makes its way north through the town of Deep River shortly before dusk.
Amtrak Acela as seen from across the Connecticut River in Old Lyme.
Southbound NECR freight passing through Willimantic.
All is quiet in the yard as the clouds roll by. One of the 80 ton GE switchers used for the Essex Clipper dinner train sits next to a line of coaches and some vintage track equipment.
Eastbound LIRR train bound for Oyster Bay shortly after departing the station platform at Mineola.
Amtrak Regional 174 crosses the icy Connecticut River just prior to its next stop in New London.
Silhouette of Amtrak 97 as it leads a regional train across the Connecticut River at sunset.
Two ex-UP units and an old CSOR GE lead CSO-1 North over the Connecticut River toward the CSX interchange at West Springfield.
The signs say it all...