Thankfully the train was moving away from the crossing!
P&W 2009 (GP38-2) is at the tail-end of a ballast train dumping stone on the East Providence Running Track in Pawtucket... (more)
With an original painted B39-8 upfront, Providence & Worcester train CT-1 passes the home of the Connecticut Street Rod Association (CSRA) in Wallingford. Due to the ongoing COVID pandemic, this p... (more)
Two C40-8s, an SD40-2, and a B39-8 lead southbound train CT-1 towards the Route 150 crossing in Wallingford. The train consists of all loaded stone hoppers and is headed for Cedar Hill yard in Nor... (more)
On an overcast Thursday afternoon in Wallingford, a B40-8W in the original Providence & Worcester scheme heads a short CT-1 of loaded hoppers from the Reeds Gap Tilcon quarry back to Cedar Hill ya... (more)
"Sailing Through Shell Under the Shadow of Night"
Providence & Worcester's "CHFP" sails off of Metro North's New Haven Line and onto Amtrak's Hell Gate Line at CP216 (former CP SHELL) duri... (more)
Providence & Worcester NR-4 heads south on the Norwich Branch heading back for Plainfield after working Frito Lay in Dayville. The matching set of B40-8Ws on this job made for a good day shooting ... (more)
P&W 2009 is on the tail end of train PR-3, which is dumping stone along the highway in Pawtucket, RI. The spur coming off the siding here leads to Key Containers.
P&W GP38-2 2009 is on the tail end of train PR-3 running along the George Bennett Highway in Pawtucket, RI with a ballast train. 2009 is passing one of the few spurs that cross the highway, but ha... (more)
P&W GP38-2 2009 is on the tail end of train PR-3 running along the George Bennett Highway in Pawtucket, RI with a ballast train.
P&W 2009 is in between Teknor Apex and the George Bennett Highway in Pawtucket, RI with a work train dumping ballast along the E. Providence Running Track.
P&W 2009 leads train PR-3 under the decrepit Pawtucket-Central Falls station, built in 1916 for the New Haven Railroad. The train is running along Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.
Out of only a handful of operators, seeing a B23-7R “Super 7” rebuild anywhere in the United States is nearly impossible. The Connecticut Southern Railroad is one of those very few remaining opera... (more)