Former New Haven RS-3 529 leads an afternoon Naugatuck Railroad excursion south across the Naugatuck River in Waterbury, CT. NH 529 was built by Alco in August 1950. It is claimed to be the first... (more)
Engineer smoking it up for the photo line. 2003 Naugatuck Railroad Railfan Day.
2003 Railfan Day at the Naugatuck Railroad. Photo freight with former NH RS3 529 in the lead.
Former New Haven RS-3 #529 waits forlornly in the snow for something to do. Once-great Maybrook Yard is still an interchange point, but worse days are to come. Rumors of a bypass route around the ... (more)
The frst excursion of the day heads south along the Naugatuck River.
Restored New Haven RS3 departs Thomaston with the first train of the day.
Former New Haven RS-3 #529 leads the 2PM excursion southbound out of Thomaston.
A crew member rides the front while running around three heavyweight coaches at Plume.
NH RS-3 529 brings up the rear as its consist rounds a small s-curve.
Vintage RS-3 529 lets out a little smoke as it accelerates back to Thomaston Station.
Heading to Waterbury, 529 crosses Chase Bridge. The foliage here is nearly peak.
The 3:00 run led by RS-3 529 crosses over Chase Bridge.
Vintage New Haven RS-3 529 gets ready to depart Thomaston Station with the 1:00 train.