First leg of the RBBB Red Unit circus train's last trip from Hartford to Providence. Connecticut Southern did the honors from Hartford Yard into Springfield. Here, the train is seen coming off Amt... (more)
Circus staff are enjoying the last few hours of circus train travel, as the RBBB Red Unit train heads for its last-ever show in Providence, RI. This train came over from Hartford, CT via Connectic... (more)
Connecticut Southern's train CSO-1 has become a reliable afternoon visitor on the Springfield Line these days, coming southbound through the southern part of its route to New Haven after the passa... (more)
Connecticut Southern's resident NECR unit heads up northbound hauler CSO-1, which forwards traffic between CSX's West Springfield Yard and their disconnected operation down at Cedar Hill Yard in t... (more)
CSO-1 hammers south through Wallingford, past the distinctive Trackside Pizza Restaurant. A 1920s-era SEPTA subway car serves as the dining room for the restaurant, which will get a nicely-upgrade... (more)
With the construction embargoes on Amtrak's Springfield Line, Hartford Yard can be a flurry of activity in the early afternoon when the line re-opens for several hours each weekday. CSO-4 with its... (more)
The original Norfolk Southern heritage unit heads up this manifest going into Enola Yard.
The Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus Blue Unit train arrives in Hartford from Providence.
Weekend layover of T trainsets at the Worcester facility.
Boston's Beacon Park Yard is now officially history; Worcester Yard is one of the beneficiaries with a $100 million expansion, which at 79 acres is pretty close to what Beacon Park Yard was. Track... (more)
Another new passenger locomotive awaits completion at Brookville Equipment.
Gillette has a nice park displaying several pieces of preserved mining equipment; this U30C is included with the display.
Out with the old, in with the new. Conn DOT's venerable M2 fleet (example 8717 is seen on the right) is gradually being replaced by these new M8 cars.
Shore Line East service from Old Saybrook slows for the approach to New Haven Union Station.
Almost seems like old times, if you discount the fact that there is now a huge casino occupying much of the former Bethlehem Steel mill in the background. I didn't have time to check out the casin... (more)