The morning fog has not yet burned off as NECR GP38s 3849 and 3851 begin the switching in Franklin.
NECR train 608 is bringing to New London one of four pulleys that will be installed on the new Amtrak drawbridge that is being built across the Thames River in New London.
Some cars spill seed and grain when getting switched around in Franklin making plant life abundant at the yard.
RMPX 9457 along with NECR 3855 lead a string of lumber cars for New London south along the Thames River.
Bringing a cut of cars off of the siding to put in the grain elevators at Kof Koff.
NECR 3857 leading train 610 passes a new structure on its way south.
Pulling away from the train in Deep River.
3908 cruisin south in some fog along the Thames River.
Crossing a trestle as they head north.
Preparing to head north to Willimantic after working cars at Kof Koff.
Warming up for a days work of passenger operations between Essex and Chester.
Going south along the Thames River.
NECR 3843 on the point of train 608 in Franklin was exchanged to the NECR from the Goderich-Exeter Railway (GEXR).
Discussing the plan before beginning the afternoon work at Kof Koff.
NS 2630 on the point of the 12N battling the elements on their way off the mountains and down into Altoona.