A foggy cold day at the beach did not detract me from photographing New Haven Shoreline trains For more Trubo train shotsmore)
Canton Viaduct has been in continuous use since 1848. Today High Speed Acella trains roll over it. In this imge New Haven FL9s are crossing it at full track speed.
Long in the tooth but still going. New Haven electric locomotives or electromotives were in a class all their own.
An immaculate GG-1 leads a westbound train by the platform at Elizabeth on Valentines Day '53.
I decided to spend the day fanning at the NH platform in New Haven. Little did I know that later that day President Truman would be making a stump speech for Adlai Stevenson at this location. I... (more)
Still in New Haven colors
Yes it did look like and sound like an airplane. At the time of this picture security on the Penn-Central was very lax on the right of way. The photographer in front of me is obviously in a danger... (more)
The lonely RDC on the morning Providence local in 1966. Present day service rquires at least four cars and, all rush hour trains are packed. The price of gas and slow highway travel does not hurt.
The YANKEE CLIPPER at full speed passing under the famous pedestrian overpass at Wickford Junction. This structure was moved in one piece to Route 128 station in the late 60’s and remained the on... (more)
Looking south at the throat of South Station as a pair of PAs take a train through the massive interlocker.
Inbound action at South Station includes this RS3, less than a year on duty.
Twin FL9's with moderate horsepower blast up the grade at Wickford Junction. In steam days this was a helper location.