New England Central's southbound road freight train #324 is led by the colorful consist of NECR SD40T-2 3317 in Genesee & Wyoming colors, NECR SD40M-2 2716 in UP lightning stripe colors and NECR G... (more)
With both subjects looking fine at night under the lights, NECR Tunnel Motor 3317 rolls past the Randolph Coal and Ice Shed. A survivor from a time when homeowners used coal to heat with and ice f... (more)
Tunnel Motor 3317 of Rio Grande heritage wears the G&W colors well in it's extended career working in Vermont. On this night the only diesel of its kind in New England led 323 into Waterbury, pass... (more)
A Tunnel Motor? In Vermont? Yup! Here is 323 running behind SD 40T-2 3317 wearing the orange, black & yellow of parent G&W passing through a favorite location in Randolph at 02:08.
The July 31, 2013 New England Central Railroad northbound 323 was headed up by fresh orange NECR SD40T--2 3317! BONUS was the trailing six unit consist that included five other paint schemes! En... (more)
New England Central SD40T-2 #3317 is being inspected by the shop forces at the NECR roundhouse constructed in 1923 by the Central Vermont. Photo taken with permission.
New England Central's sole SD40T-2, 3317, will receive its inspection this week and be released for service as the single orange GWI corporate unit for road trains 323/324. The unit is seen after... (more)
Former Indiana & Ohio logos have been removed from the big SD40T-2 that has become the property of the New England Central Railroad. Sporting the NECR logos on the long hood but awaiting the cust... (more)
A unit with a dual identity crisis - in name and model designation... New England Central SD40-2 3317 arrived at Palmer, Massachusetts in the wee hours of Saturday, March 23, and was to be moved ... (more)