Train 6930 departs Ansonia with a solid Metro-North consist. Visible on the right are the Naugatuck River flood walls, built by the US Army Corps of Engineers, after the devastating flood of 1955.... (more)
Train 6942 rolls by the backside of Target on a summer's evening in Ansonia. This was the location of the Latex Foam factory, which burned to the ground in May of 2001. The twelve Brookville BL20G... (more)
Built in 1903 by the American Bridge Company of New York, train 1944 to Waterbury crosses the double span Warren through truss bridge over the Naugatuck River in Ansonia.
The snow has transitioned over to sleet, as Waterbury train 1924 ducks under Kisson's Crossing footbridge in Seymour. The bridge connects Humphrey Street and Main Street. It was named after Richar... (more)
The Naugatuck River bridge is barely visible, as train 1934 from Bridgeport to Waterbury breaks through the dense fog in Ansonia.
Connecticut Department of Transportation BL20GH 127 sports a new look with a positive train control box on the engineers side, as it brings Waterbury train 1934 through the Devon section of Milfor... (more)
New Haven (CDOT) BL20GH 129 heads train 1934 towards Waterbury, as it passes Sperry Rail Service inspection car 129 "P.E. Kennedy", which is tied down on the Kerite siding in Seymour. The former d... (more)
Train 1974, the 8:31pm to Waterbury, awaits the boarding of passengers on track 4 in Bridgeport station. The headquarters for People's United Bank is seen on the right.
Metro-North's Brookville BL20GH 110 heads the 4:13pm mini-bomb through Seymour.
During a third March nor'easter, the 11:06am Waterbury train passes the old Farrel Corporation factory in Ansonia.
Northbound mini-bomb 1934 arrives at Ansonia station, as an early March nor’easter intensifies.
Waterbury train 6918 passes the old Farrel Corporation factory in Ansonia.
Northbound Waterbury train 1934 passes through Ansonia on a summer-like fall day. In a few weeks, the green hillside will transform into beautiful autumn colors.
Waterbury mini-bomb 1974 arriving on track 4 at Bridgeport station.
Metro-North BL20GH #126 is one of six in the fleet of 12 that wear the McGinnis New Haven paint scheme, seen here in the railroad's Croton-Harmon shops undergoing routine maintenance. Taken with p... (more)