On September 14th, 2016, Providence & Worcester Dash 8-39BE 3908 and Dash 8-40BW 4005 lead train GRWO-14 (Gardner to Worcester) through Gardner, Massachusetts. This local arrived in Gardner with ... (more)
After spending the afternoon working Tilcon’s Reeds Gap quarry, CT-1 makes it way south in Wallingford for Cedar Hill yard. Trailing behind the corporate Genesee & Wyoming colors is B40-8 4004, st... (more)
Providence & Worcester B23-7R 2215 brings CSO-4 across the Connecticut River Bridge in Enfield.
On a delightful spring afternoon in May, Providence & Worcester GE B23-7R 2215 leads a colorful Connecticut Southern CSO-4 towards Hartford. The train is passing the Windsor Locks Canal and Ahlstr... (more)
When delivered by MLW in 1974, Providence & Worcester M420Ws 2000 and 2001 represented the first US examples of the wide cab design (known then as a "Canadian cab") that is now universal... (more)
A pair of Providence & Worcester M420s lead the daily Valley Falls (RI) to Gardner (MA) road freight through Lonsdale, RI, on a hot summer evening. The nose door of lead unit 2003 is open to provi... (more)
"Super Seven at the Locks"
One of two former GE Demonstrators of the "Super Seven" line of locomotive rebuilds of the Providence and Worcester lead train CSO4 of sister Gene... (more)
NR-4 heads back north to Plainfield after working DOW Chemical.
NR4 enters Willimantic Yard with 2011 leading, passing the thread mills along the Willimantic River.
P&W train NR4 heads south through Ledyard, CT passing by Stoddard Cove along the Thames. It was nice to have a pair of correctly painted units on the 4 job today.
"Outlawed at Modell's"
Outlawed Providence & Worcester "CHFP" sits at Modell's on the CSX running track next to Amtak's Hell Gate Line, waiting for the arrival of it's crew. CHFP runs ever... (more)
Providence & Worcester NH-1 arrives at Cedar Hill Yard, after picking up two empty covered hoppers from Palumbo's rail-to-truck transfer at East Center Street in Wallingford.
Providence & Worcester NH-1 switches out gondolas at RED Technologies in Portland.