Fall colors are found along the right of way as Central Maine & Quebec is passing by MOW equipment within Farnham's Cautionary Limits.
On a gorgeous fall morning, a pair of CMQ AC4400CW's leads Job 1 westward toward Farnham.
Job 2 heading to Brownville Jct at Long Pond where a conductor and a rear brakeman could see the entire train from the caboose and check for hot boxes.
Job 1 at Jackman Station which was first owned by CP Rail followed by CDAC, and MMA Rail.
Job 1 taking 2 loaded lumber racks that will be added to their train from Bjct and will go on to Canada.
After arriving in Farnham on Saturday, CMQ 1 is parked on the main line just west of town. Power is their two AC4400CW's (CMQ 1006 & CMQ 1002).
The black sheep between the barns....Few miles from Farnham, Central Maine & Quebec 9022 North is passing by the Vennemen Farm at Brookport.
Central Maine & Quebec 1006 North arrives from Maine as it is passing through the Cautionary Limits.
An unusually hot Labor Day 2018 provided no relief when following Central Maine & Quebec's #211 along their Searsport Branch. Rolling cautiously over Marsh Stream from Winterport into Frankfort, ... (more)
A CMQ extra head down the former Maine Central "Atlantic Branch" with six loads from Dragon Cement in Thomaston, ME. The loads will be swapped on the waterfront where they are transloade... (more)
Before the next assignment, some of the locomotives at Farnham Yard today has just finished of being inspected by the shop department personal.
Central Maine & Quebec 1006 North, has just cleared Junction Switch Brookport as it is approaching Farnham Yard on steamy afternoon.
At sunrise, Central Maine & Quebec 1006 West breaks the early morning silence as it rumbles across the bridge at Stukely.
Central Maine & Quebec has just arrived from Maine and tied down within the Farnham Cautionary Limits as MOW personal are working on the main.
In March 2018, one of the big buzzes in New England was the arrival of the first of two AC4400 locomotives on the Central Maine and Quebec. These units were long term leased from CIT. Having only ... (more)