Sunset at the Danbury Railway Museum
New Haven RDC-1 32 at the Danbury Railway Museum.
SRS 135 on display at the Danbury Railway Museum.
At first glance this might appear to be New York Central's Harmon shop in 1958. In reality all three of these locomotives -- E9 4096, FPA4 1390, and FL9 2013 -- originally worked for the Union Pac... (more)
Here is the prime mover of FL9 2006, originally New Haven 2026. This prime mover was the powerhouse of many trains bringing thousands of tired commuters to and from work for decades. 2006 currentl... (more)
Sitting on Display at the Danbury Railway Museum is New York Central E8A 4096, this engine as some history behind her and we found out just before she was retired that she was working for Amtrak f... (more)
A New Haven RS-1 sits in the early morning sun at the Danbury Railway Museum
Penn Central crews exchange greetings on a hot July night. This scene is actually part of a night photo session at the Danbury Railway Museum.
Although attractively lettered for New York Central, locomotive 4096 never ran for the railroad. Instead, it was built as an E7 demonstrator and used on the 'Train of Tomorrow' streamliner special... (more)
A look at some of the equipment on hand at the museum, including a former UP E9A 912A painted as "New York Central 4096". The various pieces of New Haven and Pennsylvania Railroad equipment in th... (more)
The unmistakable Roger Williams RDC cab car pair (NH 140 & 141) currently resides at the Danbury Railway Museum. This view is from the cupola of New Haven NE-5 caboose C-627. At left is DRMX 151... (more)
the latest restoration project in the yard.