While looking at things here on the website, I realized that it’s been 6 months to the day since my last blog post. My how time flies… Lots has been going on around here – from the usual things like family and work commitments, to the more unusual, most notably the passing of my father in late […]
On Friday the 13th I actually got a bit lucky. Not only did I catch Providence & Worcester train NR-2 in Ledyard and Groton, but I also caught New England Central train 608 heading south with loaded ethanol, and was able to work a couple birds into the shots – got a swan and a […]
OK, I know, I’m behind on my posts. But I’m making it a point to catch up (thanks Rich!) and get up to date – trust me, the silence here doesn’t mean I haven’t been out shooting. To the contrary, I’ve actually been able to get out a surprising number of times. And to start […]
Last Friday another 40 loaded ethanol tanks made their way south out of Willimantic towards New London on the New England Central Railroad. I managed to get a few shots of them in Montville and New London. The only thing is you’d never know whose railroad it was judging by the locomotives leading the train.
Last week on the first of November I managed to catch New England Central train NERWNE (or #608 going by the old symbol) at a couple spots in southeastern Connecticut – first was with their usual freight in the late morning through Uncasville, and another with some ethanol in the evening light of Norwich bound […]
It’s that time of year again – the 2011 calendar is ready! This year’s calendar is titled “Steel Wheels and Submarines” and features 13 of my all color photos photos taken along the Thames River in southeastern Connecticut of the NECR, P&W, Amtrak and FEC (yes, I said FEC). I’m putting it out a bit earlier than I did […]
On the day after my birthday, September 10th, I headed out in the morning for a bit to shoot a little, despite the cloudy weather. But as usual, I never let the weather conditions discourage me from shooting, and in fact, I think it helped in one case.
I decided to take the week of Labor Day off from work, and that week coincidentally also contained my birthday (it was the 20th anniversary of my 21st birthday – doesn’t make me feel as old saying it that way). And on that day, after Jill & I put the kids on the bus, we went for […]
August 27th – a Friday – graced us with some beautiful weather – and a half day at work for me. That ended up translating into two trains and a submarine that crossed in front of my lens. The odd thing was the power used on one of the trains – they were quite a […]