Steam Engine for Hire. One of the more unique steam operations in the United States is an outfit called the "Gramling Locomotive Works." Based out of Ashley, Indiana, this operation is run... (more)
A thumbs up from the volunteers that make it all possible as they pose on former Norfolk & Western Railway 686 (GP9) in front of the Thomaston, CT depot on the Railroad Museum of New England on th... (more)
Former Norfolk & Western Railway 686 (GP9) sits in front of the Thomaston, CT depot on the Railroad Museum of New England on the night of Monday, December 23, 2019. Recently restored to service, i... (more)
Railroad Museum of New England's restored New Haven FL9 awaits the "all aboard" for the noon Fall Foliage and Pumpkin Patch train.
With engineer Bill Sample at the throttle, Flagg Coal No 75 prepares to depart from The Railroad Museum of New England's restored Thomaston Station. More info including schedule can be found at: ... (more)
Restored New Haven RS3 departs Thomaston with the first train of the day.
The last U-Series locomotive built by GE runs long-hood forward past Thomaston Station after a long day of pulling passengers.
Naugatuck Railroad RS-3 529 builder's plate.
Vintage New Haven RS-3 529 gets ready to depart Thomaston Station with the 1:00 train.
Profile shot of FL-9 #2019.
New Haven FL-9 #2019 in the McGinnis scheme leads the 3:00 pm train out of Thomaston Station.
Restored New Haven RS-3 #529 at Thomaston Station.