After the CSX finally got out of the way, the New England Central job #610 went back to work pulling a cut of interchange cars from the CSX.
NECR 324 wakes up the town of Essex Junction as it roars past the station in the heart of town
NECR's Roxbury Subdivision parallels VT-117 for a brief moment, here we see NECR 3478 lead 324 down the line with flurries following it as well.
At Windsor Locks, Connecticut Southern CSO-4 passes the former New Haven Railroad station which was built in 1875.
NECR 611 hammers through Vernon, VT with 3 SD40-2s and 103 cars of mixed freight. The train would later stall on Belchertown Hill due to its weight, but while it lasted the 3 SD's made a great sho... (more)
New England Central continues to recover from last month's CN strike and traffic levels remain extremely high. Cold weather and snow cause some delays to switching, throwing the normally nocturna... (more)
New England Central has been recovering following the CN strike and to facilitate crew shortages, some extra trains have made cameo appearances. On December 18, NECR GP40-2 437 is taking 39 cars ... (more)
New England Central has been recovering following the CN strike and to facilitate crew shortages, some extra trains have made cameo appearances. On December 18, NECR GP40-2 437 takes 39 cars from... (more)
New England Central engine 2151 sits on the east end of the CSX West Springfield yard in what appears to be some very recent paint.
NECR 610 heads south from South Windham with three blue and gold GP38's leading.
New England Central Local 603 is seen working the yard in Palmer, MA
NECR 324 roars past the Montpelier train station.
NECR 721 (ex-UP SD40-2) leads the Polar Express on the Providence and Worcester Railroad in Millville, MA.
The combination of New England Central blue and gold, Genesee & Wyoming orange, and what's left of the fall foliage, makes for a nice contrast in Windsor, as Connecticut Southern CSO-4 heads south... (more)
Connecticut Southern CSO-4, with New England Central GP38 3855 leading the way through Longmeadow.