P&W NR-4 crosses the Willimantic River after swapping cars with the NECR in Willimantic Yard, now heading back to Plainfield.
3850 and 3845 lead NECR train 608 into Willimantic, before tying down at the yard office for the 610 crew to take over later that night.
PW NR-4 heads back to Plainfield after making the interchange with NECR in Willimantic.
NECR and PW swap power in Willimantic Yard, as the FRA Geometry Train will continue to Gardner, MA via Plainfield and Worcester.
3850 shoves the FRA Geometry Train north from New London to Willimantic. Here they are entering Willimantic yard limits.
NECR 608 drops cars on P&W's Willimantic pickup track with two of the best, endangered, paint schemes around.
NECR switches out Willimantic Interchange Yard over the Willimantic River with the pair of Blue & Golds for power.
Sparks fly as repairs are made to the 0-4-0's pilot.
PWRZ 3906 sits in Willimantic after getting a fresh coat of G&W paint in St. Albans, VT. 3906 is the first P&W unit to get the orange dip.
NECR 610 passes the P&W interchange track in Willimantic. SD40M-2 2681 sits on the track with 13 cars for the P&W. 2681 is enroute to the P&W for electrical work.
A shot from the 13 annual night photo shoot at the Connecticut Eastern Railroad Museum. Unfortunelly the weather cut it short but still had a great time. Thanks to Tom Nanos and Steve Barry for a... (more)
A shot from the 9th annual Connecticut Eastern Railroad Museum night photo shoot. Thanks to Tom Nanos for a great evening.
NECR 608 spends the night tied down in Willimantic.