The trees aren't vibrant yet, as Providence & Worcester B23-7R 2215 leads a colorful lash up on CSO-4 across the Connecticut River in Enfield.
PW NR-4 crosses the bridge at Rockfall with 2006 leading.
PW CT-1 passes north through Middlefield on their way to Middletown.
PW CT-1 leaves Tilcon, on their way to Middletown/Portland with 2006 leading.
P&W NR-4 crosses the Willimantic River after swapping cars with the NECR in Willimantic Yard, now heading back to Plainfield.
It's now a universal design, but when MLW delivered Providence & Worcester M420 2002 and its four sisters in 1974-75 they represented the first widecab diesels purchased by a US road. (It was call... (more)
Having swapped out cars with the Boston & Maine, the Providence & Worcester's daily Worcester-Gardner turnaround job departs Gardner, MA, with former Penn Central GP38 2011 and a mate on the point... (more)
P&W train NRWO heads north through All Hallows Road in Wauregan, CT after picking up cars from Wauregan Grain. Was nice to have a geep on the head pin.
NRWO switches out Dayville Siding.
PW NR-4 heads back to Plainfield after making the interchange with NECR in Willimantic.
A pair of Providence & Worcester GP38s back onto their 30 car loaded stone train at Reeds Gap, for the trip south to Cedar Hill yard.
The sun makes a brief appearance after a strong thunderstorm passed over Middlefield, as Providence & Worcester CT-1 slowly makes its way south at milepost 18.
NR-4 heads south through Ledyard along the Thames River.
NR-4 heads south through Taft Tunnel, still in use in it's original form.
NECR 608 drops cars on P&W's Willimantic pickup track with two of the best, endangered, paint schemes around.