Back at the shop, former New Haven FL-9 2019 is parked while the Northern Lights Limited consist is shoving by at the Railroad Museum of New England on Monday, December 23, 2019.
On Sunday, December 22, 2019, former New Haven FL-9 2019 (EMD, 1960) was operating at the Railroad Museum of New England in Thomaston, CT on the lip of the Thomaston Dam.
The Everett Railroad's Santa Train pulled by EV's Mogul #11 traverses an S curve with a head of steam.
The Everett Railroad's Santa Train pulled by EV's Mogul #11 passes Kladder. Fill Flash was used to illuminate this night scene at dusk.
The 3:00 Santa Steam Spectacular arrives at Lahaska, PA the afternoon after another December snowfall in the Bucks County area. The train will stop here, and the engine will run around the train f... (more)
With the railroad's General Manager at the throttle, New Hope & Ivyland 2-8-0 #40 storms out of New Hope, PA with a post-Christmas Santa Spectacular train in tow crossing the Aquetong Creek.
The Naugatuck Railroad's Northern Lights Limited sits at Thomaston Station just before It's 7pm departure.
Cold and snowy night at Thomaston Station. The returning 5pm train slowly comes to a stop at the station platform as people for the 7pm train wait to board.
The 10:00 A.M. Santa Steam Spectacular nears New Hope, PA as it cruises through the snow covered countryside just outside New Hope, PA with 2-8-0 #40 in charge.
The morning after the first snowfall of the 2017-2018 winter finds Baldwin-built 2-8-0 #40 working upgrade towards Aquetong Rd between New Hope and Lahaska, PA with the 10:00 A.M. Santa Steam Spec... (more)
The Santa Express is seen ducking under Reynolds Bridge in Thomaston, CT during some heavy snow fall.
During the first significant Snow fall of the season, the Naugatuck RR's Santa Express crosses over Chase Bridge in Waterbury, CT.
Santa has arrived in Duluth on a special maroon and gold sleigh and is delivering a gift to a young boy.
#2 steams into the depot for the first trip to "the North Pole" for the day, which happened to be pretty chilly, allowing #2 to show off a bit.
#2 rolls into "the North Pole" to pick up Santa.