With light snow falling Central Maine & Quebec Job 1 is approaching Farnham Yard.
Central Maine & Quebec Job 1 is passing through Farnham on a snowy January day. Trailing locomotives are 9020 9022 9021 CEFX 3803.
Westbound No 610 is plowing through banks of snow that have built up on the Sherbrooke Subdivision after a snowfall.
There are two trestles at Eastman. Destined to Farnham Yard, Central Maine & Quebec No 610 rumbles on the less photographed trestle on a snowy afternoon. Still visible underneath is the old Orford... (more)
As a light rain comes down at CP 35, CP 9011 West, a transfer run, gets a light and proceeds into BNSF's Argentine Yard. Meanwhile, an eastbound BNSF stack train departs the yard on Main Two, whil... (more)
Iron horses vs horses. Fog and freezing temperatures have coated the landscape in a thin layer of ice as Central Maine & Quebec 9010 North is passing Brookport on its way to Farnham Yard.
Destined to Maine, Central Maine & Quebec Job 2 is approaching the Junction between the Sherbrooke & Newport Subdivisions at Brookport Qc on a bittery cold morning.
On the ''long siding'' parrallel to Lebeau Rd, Central Maine & Quebec #810 is shunting cars destined to the Canadian Pacific interchange.
Westbound Central Maine & Quebec Job #1 kicks up snow as it rolls through farmland on its way to Farnham Yard.
Shortly before sunset, Central Maine & Quebec train #1 skirts the shores of the Magog River as it passes through the city.
Back in 1992, the SD40-2F was the preferred leader on the western part on the CP. Here, we see the 9010 departing Field westbound with a unit grain train.
Birds' eye view of the Central Maine & Quebec yard in Farnham on a mild November afternoon.
A year ago I shot the Bangor & Aroostook heritage unit (CMQ 9017, an ex-CP SD40-2F) in Quebec for the first time as it layed over in Farnham. Here is a broadside shot of the shiny at the time unit... (more)
Westbound CMQ Job 1 rumbles over the Greenville Junction boat launch where Currier's Flying Service offers sightseeing tours over Moosehead Lake.
With a trio of ''Blue Barns'', Central Maine & Quebec 9022 West leans into a super-elevated curve on the approach to Farnham Yard.