A few months ago, the Housatonic Railroad set two of their locomotives, GP7u #22, and GP35 #3604 to Pan Am for some work they could not complete in house. In an extraordinarily rare event, Pan Am ... (more)
Housatonic NX12 pokes out from behind the former New Haven Freight House in Housatonic Mass with leased CSX GP38-2's 2667 and 2701
Housatonic NX12 cuts through the thick river fog this morning in Cornwall Bridge, CT
NX12 throttles out of the 10mph speed restriction in the town of Housatonic, Mass and the railroad location known as "Rising"
NX12 rounds appropriately named pipeline curve in Lee, Mass, with some MOW equipment sitting on the lead to the abandoned Columbia paper mill.
NX12 finally gets on its way southbound out of Lenox after switching out a week long backlog of freight cars. The Canaan, CT to New Milford, CT portion of the Housy has been shut down for a week d... (more)
GMTX GP38-2 leaser 2346 leads Housatonic Railroad train NX13 as it knocks down the CP150 signals exiting CSX property and entering Housatonic property. Tonight's NX13 is a healthy 31 cars
Dream house for a railfan, sit in the pool sip a cold beverage and watch Housatonic Railroad's NX13 roll around Glendale curve, today featuring leased CSX GP38-2 2810, Housatonic GP35 3600, and 21... (more)
Once again, the Housatonic Railroad is power short and has been leasing two CSX GP38-2's. After CSX 2651 had issues loading, the Housy returned that locomotive to its respective owner leaving the ... (more)
UP DPU's shove hard on this mixed goods train, which just cleared Tehachapi Pass and is now heading for Marcel
NX12 trudges through the rain in Cornwall Bridge on a nasty, cold March Friday evening
Housy GP35 3600 entering New Milford yard limits at CP-HAT with the high-wide transformer load. I have no idea why its called HAT, but that's what the sign says!
Housy GP35 3600 is ready to head south out of the yard in Canaan with a dimensional load.
Transformer extra 3600 is seen creeping through the tight bridge at Trinity, with all watchful eyes available checking the clearance. There was foreman on the other side watching as well.
Highballing out of Lenox with a high-wide dimensional transformer load. The transformer is headed for Cricket Valley Energy Center in Dover, NY